Does your horse suffer from bar sensitivity? This mouthpiece traces out a subtle convex arc angled forwards at 45° to the cheek shanks. When a contact is taken, gentle uniform pressure is exerted over the widest, least sensitive part of the tongue, greatly reducing any pressure over the thinner, sensitive, outer edges of the tongue and bars. This design is extremely popular with Thoroughbreds, as they usually have thin skinned, angular bars. The Neue Schule Thoroughbred Weymouth does not travel forwards onto the tongue and allows plenty of room for the bradoon. If a horse is particularly sensitive, a thicker bradoon may be employed.