Designed to accommodate a narrower palate, the KK Ultra Full Cheek Bit by Herm Sprenger has the middle link shortened and rotated by 45°. It features an 18mm Aurigan 18mm Aurigan® mouth to promote salivation and acceptance.
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.
Ideal for busy horses or those learning new skills, the WH Ultra Bradoon Bit by Herm Sprenger 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 Aurigan® mouth. 55mm stainless steel rings.
This HS Hubertus Schmidt Aurigan® Ported Weymouth Long Shank Bit features a 16mm Aurigan mouth with 13cm shanks, 7cm lower shanks. Curb chain hooks are fixed to prevent pinching. Aurigan, an alloy high in copper, oxidizes rapidly, encouraging salivation and acceptance of the bit.
This KK Ultra Aurigan® Loose Ring Bit from Herm Sprenger has a 14mm Aurigan mouth with a center link that’s rotated by 45° to lie comfortably across the tongue. Aurigan helps promote salivation for a soft mouth and acceptance of the bit. 70mm Aurigan rings.
This HS KK Ultra Aurigan® Universal Bit has a 16mm Aurigan mouth and stainless steel cheeks. The mouthpiece features a shortened center link that is rotated by 45° to rest smoothly on the tongue. Aurigan helps encourage salivation to promote bit acceptance.
Made of stainless steel, the Ovation® Curve Jointed Eggbutt Pelham Bit is designed to rest comfortably in the horse’s mouth, allowing room for the tongue and reducing pinching. Curb chain and hooks included.
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.