Highly Recommended for Sensitive Mouths
Pee Wee Horse Bits are gentle, acceptable to the softest mouth, providing maximum control with less pressure, preventing injury to the sensitive parts of the horse's mouth.
Less Invasive, A Solution for Fussy Mouths
What makes the Pee Wee Bit unique is the way it delivers a cleat signal. The Bit avoids placing pressure on the sensitive parts of the mouth, is light and comfortable, which is very acceptable to the horse. Traditional bits can cause discomfort and pain, and send a broken signal which causes confusion. Common problems which you will be familiar with include pinching of the sensitive parts of the mouth lips and tongue, and the nut cracker effect which causes pain to the roof of the mouth and sides of the bars.
Features a sweet iron, mullen mouth mouthpiece, giving good tongue relief.
Ideal for Educating or Re-educating Horses
There is no confusion or broken signals. With pressure on both reins the signal is to the top of the bars, encouraging the horse to tuck his chin and flex at the pole. When pulling his head around the signal is to the side of the lower jaw only. This means you can control even the most stubborn horse with the minimum amount of pressure and avoid pain.
Who has this bit been sucesful for?
Eventers for cross country phase- can help with strong pullers or rude horses that dislike the actions of Pelhams, gags and the like.
Dressage riders- for using at home, reschooling horses that have become heavy in the hand, for riding out to give relief from the usual bit.
Racehorses- used widely in the US for racing, retraining and trackwork.
Steve Brady- recommends the Pee Wee.
$109.95 inc postage, and available on 30 day trial.
Standard- to fit 12.2hh to 15.2hh, or horse normally in 4"-5" bit
Medium- To fit 15.2hh to 17hh, or horse normally in 5" to 6" bit
Large- To fit over 17hh, or horse normally in 6" to 7" bit
Note the side bars pointing back towards the rider's legs. There should be 2 fingers width between the strap and the chin- this is not a curb strap. There are no wrinkles or creases in the lips- there should only be a passive contact with the lips when the cheek straps are correctly fitted.
This is the INCORRECT position- note the large rings turned up and away from the side bars.
Please Note: The Pee Wee bit is not currently FEI Dressage legal but is now permitted at Pony Club for rallies and jumping events.