Complete your double bridle with the Horze Low Port Weymouth Bit for precise control.
Offering a traditional low port mouthpiece, this Weymouth bit does not exert palate pressure, but does prohibit the tongue from changing the effect of the curb bit. This bit should be used in conjunction with a bradoon bit to create a full bridle. The Weymouth provides little lateral control, but applies leverage to encourage the horse to bend at the poll. This bit is legal for use in upper level dressage classes.
Always wash a bit after each ride. Remove from bridle and soak in hot water. Use small brush to remove residue. Dry with clean towel.