Neue Schule Slimma Weymouth gives a good lifting action without upper palate interference. Its anatomic design takes up very little room in the mouth bridging the tongue (tongue relief) and contouring snugly under the upper palate leaving much more space for the bradoon, hence a thicker bradoon is an option that may benefit a horse that is tentative into the contact.
- 5.25, 5.5, 5.75 or 6 inch mouth to accommodate average and warmblood sized horses
- Unobtrusive design sits well back in the mouth over the thicker, less sensitive part of the tongue
- 7cm shank
- 14 mm thickness normally offers extra lift from the shoulder