The Snaffle/Bradoon

This group only acts upon the areas within the mouth i.e. corners, bars, tongue and in some cases the roof. The snaffles give little flexion of the poll or the lower jaw and the movement results in an upward raising of the head.  Loose ring cheeks encourage mouthing and eggbutt cheeks avoid pinching to the lips and spoon cheeks help to prevent the bit being pulled straight in the mouth as well as aiding direction of young horses.

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