From Happy Mouth Bits®, the Dr. Bristol King Dee Pro Bit is designed to encourage bit acceptance and a soft mouth. It has a mouthpiece covered in flexible apple-scented plastic that promotes salivation. The traditional hunter sized D-rings, core and flat center link are stainless steel.
The Stübben Sweet Copper Quick Contact Loose Ring Snaffle Bit has a 16mm sweet copper mouth. The sweet copper alloy promotes salivation and bit acceptance. 70mm stainless steel rings.
This innovative Beris Butterfly D-Ring Bit features an anatomically correct mouthpiece with a broad surface in the tongue area. This bit design offers the horse’s sensitive tongue optimal space and soft influence at the same time.
This HSstainless Hollow Mouth Eggbutt Bit offers Herm Sprenger’s legendary quality in a stainless steel bit. This eggbutt snaffle has an 18mm and 65mm cheeks.
The HS Comfort Mouth Sensogan® Loose Ring Bit has a correctional ported mouthpiece that rotates onto the horse's tongue rather than the palate. This bit may be helpful for horses that get their tongues over the bit or that try to stick them out while being ridden. It features a 16mm Sensogan mouth and 70mm stainless steel rings.
The Herm Sprenger KK Ultra Sensogan® Full Cheek Bit has a 18mm Sensogan mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel cheeks. Sensogan resists tarnishing while creating a pleasant taste, encouraging salivation and promoting acceptance of the bit.
This Oval Link Shaped Mouthpiece Cartwheel Bit from the Nunn Finer Sensation Bit collection features an ergonomically shaped mouthpiece of German silver and cheeks made of stainless steel. This bit promotes salivation and encourages bit acceptance while offering varying levels of communication depending on where reins are attached.
This Nunn Finer Waterford Cartwheel Bit from the Sensation Bit collection features an ergonomically shaped mouthpiece of German silver and cheeks made of stainless steel. This bit promotes salivation and encourages bit acceptance while offering varying levels of communication depending on where reins are attached.