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With any bit that has rollers, and these can be stainless steel or copper, the horse is encouraged not to reach into the bit, if they try to take hold of the rollers in the molar teeth the idea is that the rollers move so that the horse cannot get a purchse on the mouth. Care must be taken to check the rollers regularly for signs of wear especially if they are copper and that is a much softer metal than stainless and can wear to have gaps between the rollers which can damage the horse's tongue. More Info
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The Dr. Bristol angled plate on a snaffle with no leverage means that the plate lies edge on to the tongue. Because the 4 Ring is a leverage cheek, as the cheek turns the mouthpiece inside the horse's mouth this lies the flat side of the plate on the tongue instead of the angle. More Info
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