Lozenge bits have a three piece mouthpiece with a thick, often egg shaped center link. The thicker center link means that the joints at the center of the bit are not as pronounced as with a flat link. When the joints are more exposed, they may create small pressure points on the horse's tongue that could be uncomfortable and cause the horse to become tense.
The three piece mouthpiece evenly distributes pressure across the lips, bars and tongue without hitting the roof of the mouth.
Loose ring bits are very soft in the horse's mouth. Because the rings move through the bit instead of being set at a fixed point, the bit is free to find its own position in the horse's mouth. This free movement can help some horses to relax and is also helpful with horses who hang on the bit as it is less stable for them to lean on.
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