Bombers Bit BC45 Pelham
The Bombers Bit BC45 Pelham is set at 45° to follow the contour of the horses tongue.
Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control,
will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.
The Pelham has attachments for two reins, one near the mouthpiece and one at the end of the shank. Furthermore, these reins have similar action to the curb and bradoon reins in the double bridle.
Some riders, not adept at handling two sets of reins, prefer to use rein connectors, leather loops which connect from one ring to the other on the bit shank. The rein is then attached to this rounding.
The Pelham 55 has the shortest shank (55 mm) out of our range. As a result this will soften poll pressure and leverage on the mouthpiece and curb.