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By Neue Schule Bits

Product Code: 8029

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8029 Waterford Loose Ring 14mm 70mm rings



NS NameWaterford
CheekLoose Ring
Type of actionMild Loose Uplifting Action
Mouthpiece Thickness14mm
Ring Size70mm
Cheek ColourStainless Steel

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 eradicates the previously common problem of rubs.

Customer Reviews

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I have a cob who has only previously been happy and settled in a straight bar Nathe bit for many years. I have tried all sorts of bits on the market and she has hated every one. Reading the above review and decided that I really did need a bit of help on fun rides and jumping I tried the Waterford as a last resort. This bit is amazing!! She is settled at faster paces, no snatching, no fighting and hacking has become a pleasure for both of us. Thanks.

on 14th January 2019

Bought this for my new cob who is very strong and quite rude. Previous owner had him in a jointed Pelham in which he'd learned every evasion going. The loose ring Waterford snaffle lightened his forehand and softened his mouth. Combined with schooling work I now have infinitely more control over him. He still gets strong but I can now bring him back to me. It has saved my skin on more than one occasion out on hacks when he has threatened to bolt. A fantastic bit but sympathetic hands needed. Also the NS is far superior to the bulky cheaper waterfords which look uncomfortable. Will definitely consider a NS Waterford Pelham for showing this season.

on 18th April 2014
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