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.
Designed to allow numerous rein connection options, this Stübben German D-Ring Bit has an anatomically-shaped mouthpiece. This bit has fixed curb chain hooks; curb chain not included.
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.
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 HSstainless 2-Type Single Joint Bit combines the benefits of an eggbutt and a loose ring snaffle. This bit has a 16mm stainless steel mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel rings. The cheek helps guard against pinching, yet allows the ring to move freely
The Beris Ported Pelham Bit is often suited to stronger horses or for horses that need corrections in critical situations. This bit is designed to offer leverage.
This Beris Leather D-Ring Bit with hand sewn leather mouthpiece softly molds to the bars of the horse’s mouth to prevent pinching. Designed to promote smooth communication between the horse and rider, it is often appropriate for young horses needing guidance and support in turns.
This Beris 3-Ring Comfort Bar Bit is designed to offer restriction, leverage and pull. It features the Comfort bar, which has a slight bow that lets it sit anatomically correct in the horse's mouth.
This HSstainless Double-Jointed Full Cheek Snaffle Bit features full cheeks with 50mm center rings and a mouthpiece that’s 14mm. The center link design allows this bit to lie smoothly in the horse’s mouth.