The Herm Sprenger KK Conrad Sensogan® Weymouth Bit features a port that’s angled forward 60° to allow for palate clearance. This bit has an 18mm mouth and 5cm stainless steel lower shanks. Sensogan mouthpiece metal helps encourage salivation for a soft mouth while retaining its silver coloring longer.
The Neue Schule Transform 12mm Weymouth Bit features a Salox® Gold mouthpiece and 7cm stainless steel shanks. This bit design typically helps horses that are overactive in the mouth and is so comfortable that horses usually don't draw back their tongues to relieve pressure. Salox is a high copper alloy that helps promote softness and bit acceptance.
The Herm Sprenger Turnado Sensogan® Loose Ring Bit has a 16mm Sensogan mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel rings. The Turnado mouthpiece is rotated 45 degrees forward to lie comfortably in the horse's mouth to allow for soft, yet accurate communication between horse and rider.
Believing in Horses, Too by Valerie Ormond is the much anticipated sequel to Believing in Horses. A novel for young adults, this book features the strong-willed, 13 year-old protagonist Sadie Navarro as she faces challenges with people and horses. This unforgettable story is about the power of finding strength through experience and reflection. An insightful, action-filled book.
The HS KK Ultra Sensogan® Show Jumping Bit helps prevent pressure on the horse’s palate. Sensogan encourages acceptance while retaining its elegant silver color. This show jumping bit has an 18mm mouthpiece and stainless steel cheeks.
Designed to eliminate girth gall, the E.A. Mattes Asymmetric Slim-Line Short Girth with Detachable Cover is anatomically shaped with extra deep contouring at the horse's elbows. Because it provides extra space behind the horse's elbows, it's perfect for horses with conformations where the shoulder, elbow and girth position are in line.
When Two Spines Align: Dressage Dynamics by Beth Baumert details practical ways riders can learn to harness the balance, energies and forces at play when they’re in the saddle. Readers will discover how to use “positive tension” and the four physical “Powerlines”—Vertical, Connecting, Spiraling, and Visual—to become balanced and effective in the saddle. 248 pages.