Neue Schule Tranz Angled Lozenge Cheltenham Gag 5 inch


Neue Schule Tranz Angled Lozenge Cheltenham Gag

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  • Cheltenham Running Lever
  • Tranz-Angled Lozenge Cheltenham Running Cheek 16mm
  • For Extra Control
  • Three Rein Options
  • 75mm Ring Size
  • 16mm Mouthpiece

The Neue Schule Cheltenham Running Cheek with 16mm Tranz-Angled Lozenge Mouthpiece is very beneficial for the overenthusiastic horse with a sensitive mouth. Also useful on horses that are prone to leaning or snatching down.

The Eggbutt style cheek is often sourced for horses that are prone to rubbing, especially in the corner of the mouth as it is more stable and reduces friction. When a contact is taken on the snaffle rein, the Neue Schule Tranz Angled Lozenge rolls down onto the center of the tongue, the sweet spot, enhancing feel and responsiveness, thus a higher level of communication is achieved. Two reins allow the rider to differentiate between the snaffle action and the gag action (lift within the mouth). However, many riders only employ the gag rein which maximizes on control and lift from the shoulder. Use either in conjunction with the Neue Schule rolled leather cheeks, aesthetically pleasing and softer in their action, or the Neue Schule rope cheeks that have a sharper action as they slip back and forth through the cheeks more quickly.

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Neue Schule Tranz Angled Lozenge Cheltenham Gag Size Guide




How to Measure Your Bit

It is important to ensure you choose the right sized bit for your horse. A bit that’s too-small can pinch and cause rubs on the tongue or cheeks, and a bits that’s too-big can slide around in the mouth and be less effective.

Bits are measured from inside corner to inside corner, across the length of the horse’s mouth. The easiest way to find the correct size bit for your horse is to measure a bit you already have that you know fits well. To measure the size of the bit, simply measure the length of the mouthpiece only, excluding the rings or shanks. This measurement (in mm or inches) corresponds to the size of bit you require.

Standard horse size bitss include 5”, 5 ¼”, and 5 ½” (130mm, 135mm, 140mm.) Pony bits can run as small as 3”, and draft horses be as large as 7”.


What does a well fitting bit look like?

For snaffle bits, you should see 1-2 wrinkles at the corner of the mouth and tension on the cheek pieces without solid pressure. You won’t see any wrinkles for curb bits, but the bit should be resting against the corners of the horse’s mouth and should not be low enough to touch or bang on the teeth.


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