Neue Schule Transform Weymouth Bit 8010-7FB
Is your horse fussy and overactive in the mouth? Is he inwardly fixated on the presence of the doubles and not focusing fully on the rein aids? This revolutionary new design has proven to be an excellent solution.
The mouthpiece traces out a subtle convex arc which, when the curb rein is employed, rotates the Weymouth cheeks back at approximately 45˚. The curb chain is engaged correctly at this point restricting further rotation and simultaneously the mouthpiece rotates forwards, coming to rest vertically within the mouth. It does not roll forwards onto the thinner more sensitive area of the tongue.
The Transform is also beneficial for the “short smile” (small distance from the corner of the lip to the muzzle), as it will sit further back in the mouth. This leaves more room for the bradoon (snaffle part of the double).
The comfort this Weymouth offers deters the horse’s need to draw back the tongue, in order to relieve pressure, however if this has already become a confirmed habit, many times exacerbated through tension, it is also physically harder for the horse to achieve this, as there is usually insufficient room remaining behind the Transform. These factors combined even in extreme cases of tongue evasions this design has proven to be highly successful.