Elevator Loren Titanium McHardy

Key Features

A elevator positions the mouthpiece in the middle of the cheekpiece making the purchase and shank equal length. The Elevator Loren purchase and shank are curved slightly backward, allowing for a nose-out head position when working. The Elevator Loren is designed to apply both poll pressure and leverage to the mouth piece; although the curved back shank and purchase helps to reduce some of the leverage that the longer purchase creates. As a fixed cheekpiece, it should be fitted snug to reduce any sliding of the mouthpiece, but therefore also applies the leverage to the mouthpiece very quickly, requiring good hands.

A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or trying to put  its tongue over the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the McHardy was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure. The Buster Roller in the middle increases bar pressure and as a result extends the head and brings the nose in giving more control.

Cheekpiece

The Elevator Loren has 2 size models, a short and long version. The longer has a greater purchase and shank, creating potentially more leverage on the pressure points while allowing for more hand movement and regulation of the pressure exerted. It is a popular show jumping and cross country bit as it offers more control and precision. It has a lifting effect and is especially good for show jumping as you can sit the horse more on its hocks and turn tight. Supplied with a nylon back strap.

Supplied with a nylon back strap.

$256.00

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Key Features

A elevator positions the mouthpiece in the middle of the cheekpiece making the purchase and shank equal length. The Elevator Loren purchase and shank are curved slightly backward, allowing for a nose-out head position when working. The Elevator Loren is designed to apply both poll pressure and leverage to the mouth piece; although the curved back shank and purchase helps to reduce some of the leverage that the longer purchase creates. As a fixed cheekpiece, it should be fitted snug to reduce any sliding of the mouthpiece, but therefore also applies the leverage to the mouthpiece very quickly, requiring good hands.

A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or trying to put  its tongue over the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the McHardy was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure. The Buster Roller in the middle increases bar pressure and as a result extends the head and brings the nose in giving more control.

Cheekpiece

The Elevator Loren has 2 size models, a short and long version. The longer has a greater purchase and shank, creating potentially more leverage on the pressure points while allowing for more hand movement and regulation of the pressure exerted. It is a popular show jumping and cross country bit as it offers more control and precision. It has a lifting effect and is especially good for show jumping as you can sit the horse more on its hocks and turn tight. Supplied with a nylon back strap.

Supplied with a nylon back strap.