Fager's Titanium Double Bridle bits range


The bradoon (also called bridoon) is used the same way as a snaffle, usually with smaller rings, loose or fixed. A Bradoon should be placed the same way as your snaffle, close to the mouth corner.

The Weymouth is a curb with a leverage effect and rests slightly lower than the bradoon. A short shank (5cm) will have an uplifting effect, while a 7cm shank will keep the contact further down. The Weymouth should be 0,5-1cm bigger than the Bradoon; this will help the upper Cheek bar (also called purchase) to glide more freely.