Double-Jointed American Gag Happy Mouth Bit. Soft yet strong plastic mouth piece with stainless steel joint.
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.
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 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.
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.
The Turnado Aurigan® Pelham Bit from Herm Sprenger features a 16mm Aurigan mouthpiece that has been rotated 45° forward so it lies comfortably in the horse’s mouth. Aurigan encourages salivation and acceptance of the bit.
This HS WH Ultra Aurigan® Bradoon features a 14mm Aurigan mouth and 55mm rings. A smooth roller disk in the center of the mouthpiece encourages encourages the horse to play with it—ideal for busy horses or those learning new skills. Aurigan helps promote bit acceptance and a soft mouth.
The Herm Sprenger Turnado Sensogan® 2-Type Bit has a 16mm mouth with 70mm stainless steel cheeks. It features 2-Type styling to prevent pinching and the Turnado design for optimal bit acceptance.
The HS Flex Control Sensogan® Loose Ring Bit is ideal for sensitive horses. This bit has an 18mm Sensogan mouthpiece with a single joint. Soft and flexible rubber over the center joint protects tender spots of the mouth. 70mm stainless steel rings.
This Herm Sprenger Turnado Aurigan® Full Cheek Gag Bit features an 18mm Aurigan mouthpiece that has been rotated 45° forward so it lies more comfortably in the horse’s mouth. Aurigan encourages acceptance of the bit.
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.
The HS KK Ultra Sensogan® B-Ring Bit is designed to accommodate a narrower palate with its shortened center link rotated 45°. The Sensogan mouthpiece helps promote bit acceptance, and it maintains its elegant coloring longer. This B-ring bit has a 16mm Sensogan mouth and cheeks.
The Herm Sprenger Copper Plus Short Shank Single-Jointed Pelham Bit has a 16mm mouth and 10cm shanks with 4.5cm lower shanks. The Copper Plus mouth provides greater strength than copper alone while encouraging salivation for a soft mouth.
The Gina Miles Kimberwicke Bit with curb chain and hooks from Professional’s Choice® has a low port mouthpiece that is gentler in action than a broken mouthpiece.
This HS KK Ultra Sensogan® Kimberwicke Bit has a 16mm mouthpiece with a center link rotated 45° to rest smoothly on the horse's tongue. This bit design helps promote a sensitive and precise connection between the rider and the horse. Sensogan mouthpiece metal encourages salivation and bit acceptance. Stainless steel cheeks.
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.