Bitless bridle USG connection is a Cross-Under bridle in leather with crossed cords. The USG Connection has a softly padded noseband and browband. The jaw cords run behind the ears through rings on the noseband to the integrated rein. The length of the rein can be adjusted by moving the screws. The bridle is adjustable on the cheekpieces and noseband.
- cross-over bitless bridle "Connection"
- softly padded noseband and browband
- including web reins
- adjustable on cheekpieces and noseband
- color: black
- size cob and full (size pony available in the pony shop )
- material leather with crossed jaw cords
- brand USG
Material webbing with a ring at the ends to which the jaw cords are attached. The rein can be lengthened or shortened by means of a small flat screw at the ends of the rein.
When the cross rein is applied, asking the right rein increases the pressure against the left side of the lower cheek (jaw). By asking through the left rein, pressure is created on the right side of the lower cheek (jaw). By asking for the rein, the horse will give way to the pressure, and twists and turns can be ridden. The equal effect on both reins gives pressure on the nose, neck, and jaw all over the horse's head. This allows speed changes to be made by making a stop, and the transition to a halt can be made.
The dosage of unequal action results in unequal pressure dosages. For this system, this means that the amount of one-sided pressure depends on the dosed aids of the rider via the reins.