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A low port gives space for the tongue.

Will not collapse on the bars.

Has no real palate pressure.

The lack of shank on a kimblewick gives farless leverage.

This design offers a variety of pressure points. The port of the Cambridge design pushes against the roof of the horses mouth if needed.

This design also allows the tongue to move.

The D-shaped rings can function as lever arms if the reins are placed at the bottom.

There is a hoop above the ring which accommodates a curb chain, applying pressure to the chin and amplifying movements in the mouth.

Available in Stainless Steel in 4.5", 5" or 5.5".

Please note that bits which have had the tags removed or have been in contact with the horses mouth cannot be returned for health & safety reasons.

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