The HSstainless Short Shank Single Joint Pelham Bit provides Herm Sprenger’s legendary quality in a stainless steel bit. It features a 16mm mouthpiece and 10cm cheeks with 4.5cm lower shanks.
With Herm Sprenger’s renowned quality, this HSstainless Single Joint Loose Ring Snaffle Bit features an 18mm stainless steel mouth and 65mm stainless rings.
The Turnado Bradoon Snaffle Bit by Herm Sprenger has a mouthpiece that is rotated 45° forward, lying more comfortably in the horse's mouth for a precise, yet soft, rein connection. The Aurigan® mouthpiece encourages salivation for optimal bit acceptance.
This Turnado Loose Ring Snaffle bit by Herm Sprenger is rotated 45° forward, lying more comfortably in the horse's mouth. 18mm Aurigan® mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel rings.
Designed to accommodate a narrower palate, the KK Ultra Bradoon Bit by Herm Sprenger has the middle link shortened and rotated by 45°, resulting in no palate pressure. 14mm Aurigan® mouth. 55mm rings.
The HS Weymouth bit features a very slight arch for full palate clearance and stainless steel shanks. 16mm Aurigan mouthpiece.
Ideal for busy horses or those learning new skills, the WH Ultra Loose Ring Bit by Herm Sprenger has a smooth roller disk in the center. The slight up and down motion of the roller encourages the horse to "play" with it. Aurigan® mouth. 55mm stainless steel rings. 16 mm mouth. 70mm stainless steel rings.
A classic Hunter Dee Ring Snaffle Bit. A lovely snaffle for schooling and shows.
A polished stainless steel Waterford King Dee Bit. Perfectly balanced for comfort and response.
The Herm Sprenger KK Ultra Sensogan® Loose Ring Bit has a 14mm Sensogan mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel rings. Sensogan resists tarnishing while creating a pleasant taste, encouraging salivation and promoting acceptance of the bit acceptance.
Questions regarding bit selection, jaw anatomy and proper bit fit according to the Herm Sprenger philosophy are discussed in this 90-page paperback by Brigitte Schulte & Heinz Baumann.
Leather Bit Keepers or bit loops attach the top section of a full cheek to the bridle's cheek piece. They provide a stabilizing effect by limiting both sideways movement and forward rotation.