Anatomy-inspired double jointed bit design with enhanced mouthpiece stability, through optimised alignment of the mouthpiece surfaces to the tongue and palate. The Turtle Top™ link shape takes inspiration from the shell of the Box turtle. This flattened d Read more..
Denman went very sweetly in the Turtle Top Bit and I felt he was rounder, he worked very well through from behind. I had a flat work/show jumping session at Talland with my trainer yesterday and he thought Denman went the best ever!
I liked it very much on him as he is so sensitive in the mouth and he seemed very happy in the bit I felt Kingy worked much rounder, possibly with a bit more lift. I was very pleased with the bit and think it will be good for team chasing.
As an update – Kingy ran very well in the NS Turtle Top bit at weekend team chasing in the Open Class. We led and I had perfect control and steering with the Bevel. One thing I noticed was did not flap his head as much as he usually does when I was steadying him down.
So far ridden Harry once on his own round the farm and he was a different horse. I could not believe it. I know it is early days and I have not ridden him in company yet, but I was very impressed. He was light and did not latch on to the side of the bit. His steering was good and he was round and responsive. I am keeping my fingers crossed that this is the answer to all my prayers!
Over all I think that I need to do more to try out in different situations but I am very impressed – particularly with Harry, Denman and Kingy having gone so well in their training. I felt in general the horses were rounder without being behind the leg, which is difficult to achieve with a racehorse and they very much liked the mouth piece and seemed steady to the contact.
Anatomy-inspired double jointed bit design with enhanced mouthpiece stability, through optimised ali..
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