A polished stainless steel Waterford King Dee Bit. Perfectly balanced for comfort and response.
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 HS KK Aurigan® Schooling Bit has a unique 18mm Aurigan mouth with a bar design that introduces horses a direct action in preparation for the use of a weymouth. Aurigan encourages a soft mouth and acceptance of the bit.
The HS KK Aurigan® Show Jumping Bit features an 18mm Aurigan mouth. Aurigan mouthpiece metal is a nickel-free alloy comprised of 85% copper, 4% silicon and 11% zinc. It oxidizes rapidly, producing a pleasant taste and promoting salivation. This encourages most horses to accept the bit.
This HS KK Ultra Aurigan® Bradoon features a 16mm Aurigan mouth and 55mm Aurigan rings. The center link of the mouthpiece is shortened and rotated by 45° to eliminate palate pressure. Aurigan mouthpiece metals helps promote acceptance of the bit.
The Herm Sprenger KK Ultra Sensogan® Loose Ring Bit has a 14mm Sensogan mouthpiece and 70mm stainless steel rings. Sensogan resists tarnishing while creating a pleasant taste, encouraging salivation and promoting acceptance of the bit acceptance.
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.
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.
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.
Questions regarding bit selection, jaw anatomy and proper bit fit according to the Herm Sprenger philosophy are discussed in this 90-page paperback by Brigitte Schulte & Heinz Baumann.