The KK Ultra Universal Bit by Herm Sprenger is designed to accommodate a narrower palate, the link in the middle is shortened and rotated by 45°. This allows the rider more precise communication through the reins. 18mm Aurigan® mouth.
Contoured for horse comfort, the Cadence Dressage Girth is softly padded with an elastic overlay at the elbow for just a bit of added give. An attractive girth will look great on your dressage saddle.
This HS KK Aurigan® Dressage Weymouth Short Shank Bit features a 21mm Aurigan mouth with 11cm shanks, 5cm lower shanks. This mouthpiece is shaped to prevent pressure on the palate as the port is angled forward by 45°. Aurigan mouthpiece metal rapidly oxidizes, producing a pleasant taste that encourages bit acceptance.
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.
The Special Dressage Weymouth Curb Bit by Herm Sprenger is designed with a higher port that is angled forward 30º and broader in the middle to allow space for the tongue. Its Aurigan® mouthpiece encourages salivation, resulting in a soft mouth and maximum bit acceptance.
The Circuit Sheepskin Shaped Saddle Pad helps keep your horse's back comfortable. Sheepskin naturally encourages air circulation, wicks moisture and absorbs pressure points to alleviate friction sores. Ideal for schooling or competition, this shaped saddle pad has a classic quilted cotton top with a rolled sheepskin edge.
The Showmark Fancy-Stitched Girth in Wickett & Craig American leather features the Showmark fancy-stitch pattern on the overlay. This classically-styled hunter girth has triple elastic at both ends and stainless steel roller buckles.
This HS Hubertus Schmidt Aurigan® Ported Weymouth Short Shank Bit features a 16mm Aurigan mouth with 11cm shanks, 5cm lower shanks. Curb chain hooks are fixed to prevent pinching. Aurigan, a nickel-free alloy comprised of 85% copper, 4% silicon and 11% zinc, encourages most horses to chew and salivate for optimal bit acceptance.