Full Cheek snaffles help with steering as the cheekpieces puts pressure on the side of the face.They tend to be used on young horses especially for the flat work. There are various styles of full cheek including the Full Spoon and the Fulmer. The latter, also known as the Australian loose ring offers more play. The rings which the reins buckle to are loose rings set away from the mouthpiece.
We have divided the Full Cheeks into two sections, Dressage and non Dressage legal.
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