The Herm Sprenger Dynamic RS WH Ultra D-Ring Snaffle Bit combines an ergonomically formed curved Aurigan® mouthpiece with a center joint that has a smooth roller disk. This bit lies perfectly in the mouth resulting in soft and even pressure for maximum bit acceptance. 16mm mouthpiece with 65mm rings.
Designed to accommodate a narrower palate, the KK Ultra Kimberwicke Bit by Herm Sprenger has the middle link shortened and rotated by 45°. 16mm Aurigan® mouth.
This HS KK Aurigan® Dressage Weymouth Bit features an 18mm mouth with 13cm shanks, 7cm lower shanks. Shaped to the anatomy of the horse’s mouth, the mouthpiece prevents pressure on the palate with a port angled forward by 45°.
Designed for optimal fit and comfort in a traditional pelham, the Herm Sprenger Comfort Mouth Pelham is suitable for jumping or the hunt field. Bemelmans mouthpiece distributes even pressure across entire tongue virtually eliminating the ability to put the tongue over the bit. 16mm Aurigan® mouthpiece with 4.5 cm lower shanks.
Designed to accommodate a narrower palate, the KK Ultra B-Ring Bit by Herm Sprenger has the middle link shortened and rotated by 45°, resulting in no palate pressure. Made of Aurigan® to promote bit acceptance and salivation.
This HS Aurigan® Eggbutt Snaffle Bit features a 20mm Aurigan mouth and Aurigan cheeks. Developed by Herm Sprenger, Aurigan mouthpiece metal helps promote salivation and bit acceptance.
The Dynamic RS Single Joint Bradoon Bit is by Herm Sprenger. It gives soft, but effective instructions for even better communication between horse and rider. The curved 14mm Aurigan® mouthpiece with an angled center joint lies perfectly in the mouth. 55mm stainless steel loose rings.
This HS Hubertus Schmidt Aurigan® Weymouth Long Shank Bit features a 16mm Aurigan mouth with 13cm shanks, 7cm lower shanks. Curb chain hooks are fixed to prevent pinching. Genuine patented Aurigan, a nickel-free alloy comprised of 85% copper, 4% silicon and 11% zinc, encourages most horses to chew and salivate. This leads to a soft mouth and acceptance of the bit.