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Our MD Stephen Biddlecombe answers a question on ported bits and drop nosebands in Polo Times magazine

Here, Stephen advises a Polo Times mag reader on tack and bitting: Q:Re. ported bits & nosebands... my pony was circling his jaw, however since successfully following some advice in Polo Times about choosing a ported mouthpiece, I am keen to try switching my drop noseband to a cavesson – I feel however that the drop is a good reminder for my pony to keep his mouth closed...

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All about hackamores – by Stephen Biddlecombe

Most equestrian enthusiasts will have heard of a Hackamore, but though popular in Western riding, fewer riders will be familiar with the use of this unique bridle system here in the UK. A Hackamore itself is a type of bridle which does not include a bit. Instead, the system works via a special type of noseband which functions by applying pressure points on the nose, face and the...

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Should I switch my drop noseband to a cavesson, asks a polo player…

Stephen Biddlecombe answers a question on ported bits and drop nosebands for Polo Times magazine:  Q.My pony was circling his jaw, however since successfully following some advice in Polo Times about choosing a ported mouthpiece, I am keen to try switching my drop noseband to a cavesson – I feel however that the drop is a good reminder for my pony to keep his mouth closed and not...

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Bombers Bits added to Permitted British Dressage Bitting List

Bombers Bits added to Permitted British Dressage Bitting List           British Dressage (BD) will be allowing a number of additional bridles, nosebands and bits in its competitions for 2018. The tack has already been permitted for use in FEI competitions and the British governing body has followed suit. A number of bridles and nosebands have been added to the list of permitted tack items for...

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Danish Study Leads to New Rules on Noseband Tightness

The Danish Equestrian Federation is imposing limits on noseband tightness across all equestrian disciplines on the basis of a new major study which involved 3000 horses.   The scientific study was launched by the Danish Equestrian Federation in 2014 to examine and record the various types of equipment used on competition horses, including bits and nosebands, in a bid to tr and clarify some of the impact they...

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Raised Flash Cavesson – 3/4″

Raised Flash Cavesson This Raised Flash Cavesson, English made from the finest quality leather. 3/4" width leather. Full size/Cob - Black or Chestnut Leather available.

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Raised Flash Cavesson – 1″

Stephens Raised Flash Cavesson This Raised Flash Cavesson is made from the finest quality leather and as a result, very durable. The 1" width leather is part of Stephens Leatherwork range. In addition, the Cavesson is smart enough to use at shows or even for everyday use. Full size or Cob - Black or Chestnut leather available.

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Training Drawtite Cavesson including Flash Strap

Training Drawtite Cavesson with Flash Strap The Training Drawtite Cavesson with Flash Strap is a Semi-rigid Cavesson for training purposes. This unique noseband also comes with detachable flash strap. Additionally, it is english made from the highest quality leather. One Size only - Black or chestnut leather available.

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Work Bridle with Browband and clips (3/4″ leather)

Stephens Work Bridle with Browband and clips Enables you to quickly and easily change bits in the Collecting Ring, or when schooling at home. Just unclip! Work Bridle, complete with Browband Make sure to check out our Nosebands and Reins. One size only - Black and Chestnut leather available. Nosebands and reins

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