A weymouth non-fixed is used together with a bradoon, the so-called double bridle. This combination is used in the higher dressage classes. Because of the pumping effect there is more movement in the bit. The horse can lift the bit slightly to reduce the pressure on the tongue. The weymouth is a cheekpiece with leverage. The longer the shanks the sharper the effect. The weymouth non-fixed has long shanks and therefore is a stronger bit than the baby weymouth nonfixed. For a double bridle combination a special bridle or an extra cheekpiece is required. In addition, this cheekpiece must always be combined with a curb chain to prevents the bit from rotating too far in the horse’s mouth.
The Inno Sense Port Hard is made of elastic synthetic material, which is slightly harder than than the Port Medium. The Inno Sense Port Hard is hardly flexible. This mouthpiece has a port that creates space for the tongue and decreases the pressure on the centre of the horse’s tongue.