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Stubben Bit Pony Ez Control Pelham 2241


It has elements of both a curb bit and a snaffle bit. In this respect a Pelham bit functions similar to a double bridle. A Pelham works on several parts of a horse's head, depending on which rein is applied.

Benefits of an EZ-Control Pelham Bit:
  • More effective impact – rigid effect only in direction of pull with flexibility of external bit parts
  • More effective and mouth-friendly aids
  • Enables easier communication between horse and rider
  • Especially effective in horses that tend to pull
  • EZ-Control Pelhams have proven their worth in jumping where it is often difficult to slow the horse down before the next jump.
  • If the bit is too harsh, the horses get too cautious and fail to speed up. This will not happen with the EZ-Control Pelham.
  • If required, the EZ-Control Pelham has a strong leverage effect on the horse.
  • As soon as the horse accepts the rein aids, the bit has a soft and comfortable action on tongue and bars.
  • The EZ-Control Pelham allows more direct aids with less pressure on the reins.
Benefits of the Pelham bit:
  • Can be ridden with one or two reins.
  • Pull and leverage effect can be applied as required
Special Benefits of the Cheeks:
  • The special features of a Stübben STEELtec Pelham are its short shanks
  • They enable a direct impact on the horse with short rein movement
  • A direct impact is very helpful in jumping, particularly in fast turns between the jumps
  • The flat hooks prevent the horse’s lips from being pinched.
Stübben STEELtec quality:
  • 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
Widths Pony Size: 12 cm - 4 3/4inch
Cheeks: 4 cm - 1 1/2inch
Thickness 12 mm
Widths in cm: 12.5 / 13.5 cm
Widths in inch: 5inch / 5 1/4inch
Cheeks: 5 cm - 2inch
Thickness: 14 mm
International article number: 2241
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