The Optimum fit of the Bemelmans Weymouth keeps the horse on the bit. It had a smooth, rounded port and the shape of the mouthpiece is adapted to the sensitive palatal arch. The thickness is tapered towards the center. The acceptance of this bit results in the soft and even distribution of pressure across the entire tonge due to the exceptional form of the mouthpiece. The horse's impulse to put the tongue over the bit is nearly neutralised. A Weymouth that meets with highest requirements, resulting in relaxed and contended horses.