The KK Shaped Show Jumping Bit by Herm Sprenger® has an 18mm Aurigan mouthpiece which promotes chewing and salivation for a soft mouth and optimal acceptance of the bit. Shaped mouth. Stainless steel rings.
The Combo Weymouth Bit by Herm Sprenger has all the benefits of the Aurigan® mouthpiece with the strength and style of stainless steel cheeks. Aurigan is a nickle-free alloy comprised of 85% copper, 4% silicon and 11% zinc. 13cm shanks. 7cm lower shanks. 18mm fixed cheeks.
To help alleviate pinching, Herm Sprenger developed this KK Ultra 2-Type Bit that is a combination eggbutt and loose ring. 16mm Aurigan® mouth. 70mm rings.
Ideal for busy horses or those learning new skills, the WH Ultra Soft Loose Ring Bit by Herm Sprenger has a rubber center disk. The slight up and down motion of the roller encourages the horse to "play" with it. 18mm Aurigan® mouth. 70mm rings.
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.
The Herm Sprenger KK Shaped Loose Ring Snaffle Bit features an 18mm Aurigan® mouthpiece. Aurigan helps promote salivation and a soft mouth which in turn promotes bit accpetance and relaxation.
The Herm Sprenger Comfort Mouth Mullen Mouth Loose Ring has a correctional ported mouthpiece that rotates onto the horse's tongue rather than the palate. Can be helpful for horses that get their tongues over the bit or that try to stick them out while being ridden. Features a 16mm Aurigan® mouthpiece to promote salivation and 70mm stainless steel rings.
Ideal for busy horses or those learning new skills, the WH Ultra Loose Ring 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. 18mm Aurigan® mouth. 70mm stainless steel rings.
The Herm Sprenger KK Conrad Dee-Ring Snaffle Bit features a 16mm Aurigan® mouth, which helps horse relax and salivate which leads to a soft mouth and acceptance of the bit.