Originally Posted by savvylover112
i was wondering what is the difference between a pelham bit and the bits used for a doulble bridle to me they look the same except that parts are separated??
And what is the use for both these???
Yes, double bridels, or bradoons, are 2 seperate mouth pieces. These are mostly used in dressage to give more refined cues. People wll use pelhams instead sometimes, because double bridels will 'fill up' a small horse mouth very easily.
Pelhams are made of 1 piece. It has 2 rings which allows you to use a snaffle rein or curb rein for more control or more advanced moves.
^^ You can find these most anywhere. They are good for many things.