This HSstainless Double-Jointed Bradoon has a 55mm stainless steel rings and a 14mm stainless steel mouthpiece with center link. The link lets this bit lie smoothly across the horse's tongue.
This HSstainless Double-Jointed Hunter D-Ring Bit has a 16mm stainless steel mouthpiece with center link and traditional 75mm cheeks. The center link lets this mouthpiece lie smoothly across the horse’s tongue.
The Gina Miles Slow Twist D-Ring Bit from Professional’s Choice® has a classic d-ring cheek and a twisted mouth.
The Herm Sprenger Dynamic RS Sensogan® Single Joint Loose Ring Bit has an ergonomically curved 16mm Sensogan mouthpiece. 70mm stainless steel rings.
This HS Dynamic RS Sensogan® Single Joint Gag Bit has a 16mm ergonomically formed curved Sensogan mouthpiece that lies perfectly in the horse's mouth for soft and even pressure. Sensogan mouthpiece metal instills a pleasant taste, encourages salivation and promotes bit acceptance. 80mm stainless steel cheeks.
The HS® NovoContact Single-Jointed Pelham Bit features a 16mm mouth and stainless steel cheeks. This NovoContact bit design can be perfect for horses that do not take contact confidently. Its effect is gentle with soft rein contact, but stronger with stronger rein aids. The pleasant tasting Sensogan® mouthpiece metal promotes a soft mouth and bit acceptance.
The Stübben 2-in-1 Hunter D-Ring Bit features a 14mm single joint stainless steel mouthpiece. This bit is engineered to be used in two ways for different levels of impact. Altering the way it is used occasionally may help limit desensitization of the horse’s mouth.
The Gina Miles “W” Full Cheek Snaffle Bit by Professional’s Choice® has a mouthpiece that delivers multiple points of contact on the horse's tongue.
The Stübben Precision D-Ring Bit allows for increased rein communication options. Large rings are shaped to move outward but will not fold in to support the horse through turns. The 14mm double-jointed mouthpiece is shaped for horse comfort.
The Herm Sprenger Turnado Sensogan® Loose Ring Bit has a 16mm Sensogan mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel rings. The Turnado mouthpiece is rotated 45 degrees forward to lie comfortably in the horse's mouth to allow for soft, yet accurate communication between horse and rider.
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.
The Herm Sprenger Sensogan® Show Jumping Bit has an 18mm mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel rings. This show jumping bit features a Sensogan mouthpiece that encourages salivation and promotes bit acceptance.
The Gina Miles Pelham Bit by Professional’s Choice® is a leverage bit that comes with a curb chain and hooks. This Pelham bit can be used with a bit converter and one rein.
This Herm Sprenger Copper Plus Double-Jointed 3-Type Snaffle Bit features a 16mm mouth and 70mm rings. Designed to offer versatility in the placement of cheek pieces and reins, it helps guard against pinching with eggbutt shaped cheeks. The shaped mouth is made of Copper Plus, an alloy that encourages salivation for a softer mouth.
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 Happy Mouth 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.
This HSstainless Vienna Show Jumping Bit features stainless cheeks with 70mm center rings and an 18mm stainless steel mouthpiece. This bit offers Herm Sprenger’s outstanding quality materials and construction.
This Stübben 2-in-1 Full Cheek Bit features a 16mm stainless steel mouth with a sweet copper center link that helps promote salivation. This bit is engineered to be used in two ways for different levels of impact. Changing the way this bit is used occasionally may help prevent desensitization of the horse’s mouth.