When a contact is taken, the Neue Schule Tranz Angled Lozenge Loose Ring snaffle bit rolls down onto the centre of the tongue, the ‘sweet spot’, enhancing feel and responsiveness, thus a higher level of communication through the rein is achieved. The arms are slightly curved and of an oval profile. This oval design takes up less room between the tongue and upper palate, whilst offering a similar weight bearing surface from the horse’s perspective as thicker, circular mouthpieces. The 14 mm bradoon with neat 55 mm rings is used with the Weymouth or on a small head offering extra lift from the shoulder and takes up less room in the mouth. A gentle training tool with a bit of extra help.