This Herm Sprenger Bemelmans Weymouth features revolving cheeks that allow the mouthpiece and cheeks to work independently, to achieve both poll pressure and tongue relief at the same time. This design prevents tilting through single-sided rein aids and helps support more precise communication. The stainless-steel cheeks are longer, delivering a higher poll pressure and a slightly delayed leverage effect, and the 14 mm sensogan mullen mouthpiece includes a smooth, rounded, forward angled port that is slightly tapered at the center. The port shape adapts to the sensitive palatal arch of the mouth for a soft and even distribution of pressure across the tongue, enabling sensitive rein aids. This design helps keep the horse on the bit by neutralizing the impulse to put the tongue over it, making it a good option for horses with fleshy tongues and those that evade tongue pressure by pulling up or sticking out the tongue.