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A design for more control. Does your horse lean, snatch or pull? Does he fully understand the aids but continues to ignore you? Do you have an independent seat with hands that will reward once he responds? The NS Waterford is designed to give you the control back whilst eradicating the fighting and pulling that often causes damage ultimately leading to a hard mouth. As the Waterford is flexible and bends in every direction it usually suits all types of mouth conformation, including big, fat tongues. This slimmer, innovative Waterford mouthpiece features our ergonomic LipSMART shelf which usually eradicates the previous common problem of rubs.

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We used this with our 16.2hh warmblood tb x mare, it kept her soft and light esp when our 5’4 daughter was riding her. Lovely bit, we used it for hacking, hunting, jumping etc. She never backed off the bit, or pulled your arms out

Love this bit!!a lot nicer than other brands of Waterford and doesn’t pinch.always my first port of call for my stronger horses!

Additional Information

Product Name Waterford
Product Code 8029
Mouthpiece Thickness 14 mm
Ring / Shank Size 70 mm
Size Availability 133-159mm
5.25-6.25″
Dressage Legal N
Other Info NA

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Product Description

Need a lighter forehand? Heavy on the forehand or possibly inclined to snatch and pull you out of the saddle? This bit is often used for training purposes to promote self carriage and response. As the Waterford bends in every direction it usually suits all types of mouth conformation, including big, fat tongues. This slimmer, innovative Waterford mouthpiece features a lip shelf which usually eradicates the previously common problem of rubs.

Waterford-150x150

Additional Information

Product Name

Waterford

Product Code

8029

Mouthpiece Thickness

14 mm

Size Availability mm

133-159mm

Dressage Legal

N

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