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The Bombers McHardy – a medium port, creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure… one of our top selling mouthpieces

The McHardy from Bomber Bits is one of our top selling mouthpieces - here, Stephen Biddlecombe our MD explains its benefits, in content sourced from an article for Polo Times magazine. NB this mouthpiece is stocked here as 2.5 ring, full cheek, & big ring polo. The McHardy big ring polo is pictured directly below. Q. I have a five year old gelding, a former racehorse. On the track, he...

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McHardy Full Cheek

McHardy Full Cheek The McHardy Full Cheek is a combination of a jointed Happy Tongue with the Buster Roller.  An excellent bit when more control is required, allowing at the same space for the tongue. The Fulmer, or commonly known as the Full Cheek cheek piece, will have the same effect as the traditional Eggbutt in so much as, it will prevent pinching on the sides of the...

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McHardy 2.5 Ring

McHardy 2.5 Ring The McHardy 2.5 Ring is a combination of a jointed Happy Tongue with the Buster Roller.  An excellent bit when more control is required, allowing at the same space for the tongue. This is because it is ported, which allows space for the tongue and relieves pressure in this area. This Bomber Bit promotes relaxation and the 40mm central roller gives the horse something to...

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McHardy Big Ring Gag (POLO)

McHardy Big Ring Gag The McHardy Big Ring Gag is a combination of a jointed Happy Tongue with the Buster Roller. An excellent bit when more control is required, allowing at the same space for the tongue. The Big Ring Gag is stronger than the usual Loose Ring and Eggbutt as the ropes going through the rings create leverage which will exert more pressure through the mouthpiece whilst...

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Here’s what customers say of Bombers Bits –

Here's what customers say of Bombers Bits - 'What their creator Bomber Nel has done for bitting, and (because of it), for the comfort of so many horses, is just incredible. I will not use any other bit, simply because with a Bombers Bit, I know the exceptionally high quality I will be getting, and the careful thought that has gone into every design! Favourite 2 bits for me:...

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Bitting solutions with Worldwide Tack – Bombers Eggbutt Ultra Comfy Lock Up

April's Blog - Bitting solutions with Worldwide Tack April the 1st and we're here to discuss the latest Q & A's we have here at Worldwide Tack. With bitting specialist, Stephen Biddlecombe, we investigate the latest issued affecting your horses mouth. Take a look below how Bomber Bits can dramatically improve the communication between you and your horse. Take a look below at the following to see if...

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Too-strong mare heavy in the hand – Stephen Biddlecombe discusses the Polo 3-Ring Happy Tongue from Bombers Bits

Stephen Biddlecombe of Equine Management Ltd recently offered a reader of Polo Times magazine bitting advice... Q.I play polo on a mare that is currently in a McHardy Polo Pelham. She is generally good in it during schooling sessions at all gaits. During play, when she is put under pressure and the speeds increase, she becomes very strong and checking or fully stopping her becomes a real challenge...

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How to Fit a Bit to a Parrot Mouthed Equine – World Wide Tack’s Bitting Expert Stephen Biddlecombe Takes a Look

How to Fit a Bit to a Parrot Mouthed Equine - World Wide Tack's Bitting Expert Stephen Biddlecombe Takes a Look Here at World Wide Tack we are passionate about correct equine bitting advocating top quality products to best suit your horse's needs. Proprietor Stephen Biddlecombe is an expert on bits particularly Bombers Bits. Here he takes a look at a reader enquiry into bitting a horse with...

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Polo Times feature aids reader with mouth-sensitive polo pony

Stephen Biddlecombe of Equine Management Ltd answers a reader’s question on bitting for the leading magazine Polo Times - out now! Q. Mouth Sensitive Polo Pony - I have an issue with a tongue sensitive horse. When I first got the mare (4 years ago) she was playing polo in a single break gag. She would try to put her tongue over the bit, pulling her tongue back...

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