What is a peewee bit used for?
The Macs Equine Pee Wee bit is the most comfortable and responsive bit you can put in your horse’s mouth. Whether starting young horses, correcting existing mouthing problems, through to performing to the highest level, the Macs Equine Pee Wee Bit is now considered the leading performance bit for most disciplines.
What is a peewee bit?
The Pee Wee is the only bit on the market where the big rings do not contact the sensitive side of the horses face. The Pee wee eliminates the horses lips being forced against the teeth. In other bits the pinching causes the horse pain and results in the horse leaning on the bit and tossing its head to the side.
What is the purpose of a Waterford bit?
The Waterford is designed to save the mouth giving the control back to the rider enabling them to use much lighter downward transitions. It is the look of the Waterford that is off-putting to many riders as it does appear to be a very severe piece of kit.
What is a Wilkie bit?
A bit designed to provide mild leverage are the Wilkie bits, otherwise known as bevel bits. These bits are built out of two pieces – the cheek pieces and the mouthpiece. The cheek pieces are where the magic happens. The cheeks are round with two smaller, semicircles inside.
What is a bomber bit?
Bomber bits are an extremely popular choice for horse riders. Their most popular mouthpiece is the “Bomber Happy Tongue”, which is a sweet iron bit, ported, and forward raised “off the tongue”. Bombers use a system of colour coded mouthpieces to help you select the right bit for your horse.
Is a Waterford bit soft?
It is a flexible bit that moulds round the horse’s mouth, creating an even pressure. It is moveable in all directions and horses find it difficult to lean or take hold of it, giving the rider good levels of control. The bit is very loose in the horse’s mouth so they seem to mouth more with this bit.””
What is the softest horse bit?
Bits are considered soft or hard based on their construction and method of action. The softest bits are generally snaffle bits made of rubber. Rubber offers a smooth fit on the bars of the horse’s mouth, while the snaffle’s rings fit softly in the corners of the horse’s mouth without pinching.
Can a Pee Wee horse bit fit a bridle?
You should advise that your customer will have to lower their existing cheek straps on their bridle to fit the Pee Wee Horse bit. The Pee Wee horse bit comes with an easy to follow instruction card of how to correctly set up the bit. We like to size by breed and height of the horse, for example.
Is the Pee wee bit made of stainless steel?
The PeeWee bit is constructed with stainless steel rings and side bars and a “sweet iron” mouthpiece which is INTENDED TO RUST. This rusting effect is what creates extra saliva in the horses mouth to prevent the mouth drying out which is a problem with 100% stainless steel bits.
Where does the mouth bar of a Pee wee bit sit?
The mouth bar of the Pee Wee bit sits further forward over the tongue and bars than conventional bits.
Who is the inventor of the Pee Wee horse bit?
The Macs Equine Pee Wee Horse bit is revolutionary in design. Recommended and loved by legendary Australian horsemen Guy McLean and Steve Brady and are now used worldwide to great acclaim. The Pee Wee bit is unlike any other bit on the market.