Walsh™ Gag Cheeks were designed in collaboration with top riders. These gag cheeks are made of double nylon ropes with American leather ends and stoppers. The design includes a second ring below the buckle to offer a bit more flexibility than traditional rope gag cheeks. Pair.
The Neue Schule Tranz Angled Lozenge 14mm Bradoon features a Salox® Gold mouth with a rounded center lozenge set at a 20° angle. This bit encourages consistent contact and a higher level of responsiveness. Arms are slightly curved and oval shaped to take up less room. Salox is a high copper alloy that helps promote softness and bit acceptance.
The Herm Sprenger Sensogan® HO Weymouth Bit has a 14mm slanted mouth and stainless steel 13cm shanks with 7 cm lower shanks. This curb bit features a Sensogan mouthpiece that encourages salivation and promotes bit acceptance.
Having a sweet copper alloy mouthpiece to activate salivation, the Stubben Sweet Copper Angled Loose Ring Bit promotes bit acceptance. It's angled to lie comfortably in the horse's mouth, promoting good communication between rider and horse. Long-wearing stainless steel rings slide easily through the bit holes for frictionless rein aids. 16mm sweet copper mouth.
The Herm Sprenger KK Shaped Sensogan® Loose Ring Bit has a 16mm Sensogan mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel rings. Sensogan resists tarnishing while creating a pleasant taste, encouraging salivation and promoting acceptance of the bit acceptance.
The Herm Sprenger Dynamic RS Sensogan® Full Cheek Bit has an ergonomically curved 16mm Sensogan mouthpiece with an angled center joint. 50mm stainless steel cheeks.
The Herm Sprenger KK Conrad Sensogan® Weymouth Bit features a port that’s angled forward 60° to allow for palate clearance. This bit has an 18mm mouth and 5cm stainless steel lower shanks. Sensogan mouthpiece metal helps encourage salivation for a soft mouth while retaining its silver coloring longer.
Double-Jointed American Gag Happy Mouth Bit. Soft yet strong plastic mouth piece with stainless steel joint.
With Herm Sprenger’s renowned quality, this HSstainless Single Joint Loose Ring Snaffle Bit features an 18mm stainless steel mouth and 65mm stainless rings.
This Happy Mouth Contoured Double-Jointed Eggbutt Bit is designed to promote bit acceptance and a soft mouth. Curved for comfort, the mouthpiece is covered in soft, flexible apple-scented plastic. The double joint and center link allow it to lie smoothly across the tongue while Eggbutt cheeks help provide stability.
Ideal for busy horses or those learning new skills, the Herm Sprenger WH Ultra Sensogan® D-Ring Bit has a smooth roller disk in the center. The slight up and down motion of the roller encourages the horse to "play" with it. 16mm Sensogan® mouth and traditional 75mm stainless steel hunter D-rings.
This HS Aurigan® D-Ring Snaffle Bit features a 16mm Aurigan mouth. Aurigan mouthpiece metal oxidizes rapidly, producing a pleasant taste in the horse’s mouth. It promotes salivation and optimal acceptance of the bit.
This HSstainless Double-Jointed Eggbutt Bit has a 16mm mouth and 65mm rings. This classic eggbut bit is made with Herm Sprenger’s legendary quality in premium stainless steel.
This Aurigan® Large Ring Loose Ring Bit by Herm Sprenger features 90mm rings and an 18mm Aurigan mouth. Aurigan is a nickel-free alloy comprised of 85% copper, 4% silicon and 11% zinc. It oxidizes rapidly, producing a pleasant taste in the horse’s mouth. This in turn encourages optimal acceptance of the bit.
The Herm Sprenger Dynamic RS Sensogan® Single Joint Bradoon has an ergonomically curved 14mm Sensogan mouthpiece. 55mm stainless steel rings.
The Herm Sprenger KK Sensogan® Single Joint D-Ring Bit features a 16mm Sensogan mouthpiece and 75mm stainless steel cheeks. Sensogan resists tarnishing while creating a pleasant taste, encouraging salivation and promoting acceptance of the bit acceptance.
The Stübben 2-in-1 Loose Ring Bit features a 16mm stainless steel mouth with a sweet copper center link that helps promote salivation. This bit can be used in two ways for different levels of impact. Changing the way the bit is used occasionally may help prevent desensitization of the horse’s mouth.