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Subben EZ-Control D Ring Double Broken Bit 2251

Subben EZ-Control D Ring Double Broken Bit 2251

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  • Subben EZ-Control D Ring Double Broken Bit 2251
Price: $82.95
Product ID : 2251stubben

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Description

EZ-CONTROL D-RING DOUBLE-BROKEN BIT 2251
A BIT WITH TWO DIFFERENT ACTIONS: double broken mouthpiece can turn into a straight bar
Mouthpiece thickness: 12 mm for 4 ½ and 4 ¾ widths
14 mm for other sizes
Ring size: 70 X 50 mm for 4 ½ and 4 ¾ widths
85 X 60 mm for other sizes
Materials: Stainless Steel
Article number: 2251
Use: Hunter Jumper
The 2251 D ring bit comes with large D’s that enable the rider to more easily steer the horse and have greater control over the direction of the animal.
-Equipped with the EZ control system, the bit is well suited for horses that tend to pull forward too much. It is very useful to show-jumpers because it can help recollecting the horse before the jump without having to exert too much pressure. The rider does not have to pull hard on the reins. A simple tension turns the double jointed mouthpiece into a rigid bar. The action is then similar to a Mullen mouth bit. Then, once the horse is on the bit again and accepts the rider’s aids, the EZ control system stops being activated and the mouthpiece reverts back to being a regular double broken one.

The Easy (EZ) Control system is a locking device that allows a double broken mouthpiece to turn into a rigid bar when the horse is not responding properly to the rider’s hand.

The EZ control system allows the rider to preserve control when needed without however having to use too severe a bit.

         Benefits of the EZ control system:
• Enhanced effect with minimum pressure on the reins
• Allows gentle and sensitive aids
• With the EZ-CONTROL-BIT, we have developed a bit that is very effective and has a strong action on demand, yet is positioned softly and comfortably in the horse’s mouth.
• The effect of the bit comes into action gently. When the horse accepts the bit, it lies smoothly between the tongue and the lower jaw.
• When the horse resists the rider’s aids, the leverage action of the bit is initiated. As soon as the horse backs down and accepts the rider’s aids, the bit becomes flexible and soft on the horse’s tongue and bars.

Degree of severity

(scale of 1 to 10):                   2 to 5      

 

Beginner rider:                        Fairly well suited when used on a well-trained horse                                         

Young horse:                           Very well suited when rider is experienced

Experienced rider:                  Very suitable

Well trained horse:                 Very suitable                          

Why a double broken mouthpiece?

 

The double broken mouthpiece features the following advantages:

-No pressure on the palate

-Balanced weight distribution on tongue and jaw

-No “nutcracker” effect

-More forgiving to mistakes caused by a rider’s strong hand

or excessive pulling on the reins

The double broken mouthpiece offers a constant level of comfort to the horse.

 

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