Stubben Kimberwicke Pelham Stainless Steel Bit
Kimblewick bit commonly used in general riding and provides more control on a horse that may be a strong puller or needs slight curb action to lower its head. It is quite common to see ponies wearing these bits.
With either type of Kimblewick, the curb chain or strap prevents the bit from rotating too far in the horse’s mouth. When the reins are pulled back, the bit applies pressure to the bars of the mouth, the chin and the poll. If there is a port, there may be pressure on the roof of the mouth. Because the bit has the equivalent of very short shanks, the curb action is relatively mild.
- No rough edges that could hurt the horse’s mouth
- Long durability due to selected materials
- A special processing technology ensures that bit holes and link pieces remain intact for longer