If you would describe your horse as something with the following;
- Heavy in your hands.
- Tries to avoid the bit, fussy in the contact
- Strong, usually lean/pull on the bit
The effect of a Kimblehook is more direct than curbs with longer shanks. The lower the rein is placed on the sides, the sharper this bit will be.
This bit is perfect for horses that can be stiff and heavy, but at the same time sensitive for harsh hands. Sally will give comfort in the way it's taking away the constant pressure from the tongue and together with the lightness, it will create a more surprising pressure when needed.
The anatomic shape follows the contour across the mouth that divides the pressure between the bars and tongue equally. A very comfortable design, especially for horses with a big tongue.
The short centerpiece eliminates palate interference. It breaks to the outside of the tongue. Sally even suits horses with a low and/or short palate together with a big tongue. These horses are difficult to find a suitable bit for.
The roller reaches further down than the joints. This will increase the pressure when needed to avoid the constant pulling on the bit.
Hooks and chain are included.
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Normal in size, are you between sizes, go up.