The Sam Marsh Pelham features a broad flat-ported mouthpiece and the cheeks move independently on a limited arc, giving comfortable coverage. If properly used, this pelham bit will encourage flexion at both the poll and lower jaw, where the curb chain lies. The flat mouthpiece of the Sam Marsh Pelham also applies pressure to the tongue.
What horses does a Sam Marsh Pelham suit?
The Sam Marsh Pelham is a useful for strong horses that tend to lean on the bit, as it encourages lightness in the hand. It is popular for horses with fleshy mouths and tongues, such as show cobs and hunters.