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This HS® NovoContact Single-Jointed Eggbutt Bit features a 16mm mouth and 65mm stainless steel rings. 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.
This HS® NovoContact Double-Jointed Eggbutt Bit has a 16mm mouth and 65mm stainless steel cheeks. This NovoContact bit design can help with horses that tend to pull or lean on the bit. It’s gentle with soft rein contact, but has a stronger impact with stronger rein aids. The Sensogan® mouthpiece metal encourages salivation and bit acceptance.
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 Dynamic RS Sensogan® D-Ring Snaffle Bit has an ergonomically shaped 14mm Sensogan mouthpiece and 75mm stainless steel rings.
The Herm Sprenger Dynamic RS WH Ultra Sensogan® D-Ring Bit has an ergonomically curved 16mm Sensogan mouthpiece with a center joint that has a smooth roller disk. 65mm stainless steel rings.
This Beris Ported D-Ring Bit is shaped to lie in a neutral position in the horse's mouth. The port provides space for the horse's tongue. This mouthpiece design may help promote chewing and bit acceptance.
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.
Often perfect for young or sensitive horses, this Beris Comfort Bar D-Ring Bit offers room and mobility for the horse’s tongue. The mouthpiece design with slight bow lets it sit correctly in the horse’s mouth and rest equally on the tongue and bars.