The Herm Sprenger HO-Weymouth features longer stainless-steel cheeks for higher poll pressure and a slightly delayed leverage effect. The unique 14 mm slanted sensogan mouthpiece has a smooth, rounded, forward angled port that provides tongue relief and enables fine distribution of pressure on the tongue. The angled mouthpiece stimulates tongue sensitivity to ensure precise rein aids and improves horse and rider communication. Suitable for horses that dislike tongue pressure and ideal for introducing a horse gently to a Weymouth bit.
Herm Sprenger: Family-owned since 1872, a trusted producer of high-quality, innovative equestrian products. Manufactured in Germany to exacting standards with the finest materials available for quality that performs.
HO-Weymouth: Stainless-steel cheeks and curb chain and a sensogan slanting mouthpiece with a smooth, rounded, forward angled port.
Longer cheeks: 7 cm lower cheek. Provides higher poll pressure and a slightly delayed leverage effect.
Slanted, ported mullen mouthpiece: Provides tongue relief and evenly distributed pressure, stimulates touch for precise rein aids and communication.
Sensogan: Bit mouthpiece material developed by Sprenger that increases the horse's satisfaction, motivation, and willingness to perform. Made with copper, manganese, and zinc for a smoother, more regulated process of oxidation for taste and salivation. Micronutrient manganese is helpful in preventing muscle tension to support stress reduction and may prevent allergic skin reactions. Easy to care for, doesn't easily tarnish, and retains its white-golden shine longer.
14 mm mouthpiece: Thinner mouthpiece that delivers a more intense pressure and takes up less room in the mouth.
Size guide: Available in three sizes, which refer to the mouthpiece length. 14 mm mouthpiece thickness, 7 cm lower cheek, 13 cm cheek.
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