Is your horse overactive in the mouth? Is he inwardly fixated on the presence of the doubles and not focussing fully on the rein aids?
This revolutionary new design has often proven to be an excellent solution. The mouthpiece traces a subtle convex arc, which, when the curb rein is employed, rotates the Weymouth cheeks back at approximately 45°. The curb chain is engaged at this point restricting further rotation and simultaneously the mouthpiece rotates forwards, coming to rest vertically within the mouth. It does not roll forwards onto the thinner more sensitive area of the tongue. The Transform is also beneficial for the “short smile” (small distance from the corner of the lip to the muzzle), as it will sit further back in the mouth and this leaves more room for the bridoon (snaffle part of the double). This Weymouth is so comfortable that it deters the horse from drawing his tongue back in order to relieve pressure. As the Transform sits further back in the mouth there is usually insufficient room behind the mouthpiece to enable the horse to get his tongue over it. This is very useful if this evasion has become a confirmed habit, many times exacerbated through tension.
The Merits of Neue Schule Salox® Gold - Much time and expertise (both human and equine) has been invested in researching and comparing the materials traditionally used for mouthpieces. This has culminated in the development of our unique Neue Schule Salox® Gold.
Salox® Gold Composition - The unique combination of excellent thermal conductivity and strength is as a result of extensive research and investigation undertaken by Neue Schule scientists and engineers. Salox® Gold incorporates essential elements and additives that work together to deliver an exceptional experience to your horse.