The Filet places itself perfectly in the mouth. When a contact is taken the upper arm is angled forwards causing the mouthpiece to lift - thereby sus- pending it in the mouth and reducing the pressure across the tongue and the bars of the mouth. This is often beneficial for cases of over sensitivi- ty. If the horse is going forward into a contact and active behind this will encourage a rounding action and help tremendously with the outline.
The form of the mouthpiece as well as the soft transition to the rings prevents pinching and sits stable in the horse’s mouth.It´s sui- table for most of the horses.