The French link in this bit means pressure is applied to both sides of the tongue. Some horses with low palates may find this bit more comfortable as it is unlikely to make contact with the palate when the bit comes in to action. The full cheeks assist with steering.
The French link in this bit means pressure is applied to both sides of the tongue. Some horses with low palates may find this bit more comfortable as the mouthpiece should not contact the palate when the bit is in action.
The D cheek copper roller snaffle is often used for horses that need something stronger than a jointed bit if they lean or try to grab the bit. Alternating stainless steel and copper rollers set along the mouthpiece of the snaffle.
Designed for extra control, outline and much more help with straightness and turning. Often the answer for the very enthusiastic horse with a sensitive mouth that may even be prone to rubs, chafing etc.
Flexi bits are soft and much warmer to the touch than metal bits. Ideal for younger horses or horses with a more sensitive mouth. Allows the rider to have two different levels of leverage and poll pressure depending on the needs of the horse with the lower ring providing the most leverage.
Fine hand-polished blue steel finish that gives off a taste enjoyed by the horse and stimulates salivation. Curved to reduce the "nutcracker" action and to alleviate pressure on the tongue and bars of the mouth. Prevents contact with the roof of the horses mouth. Allows for effective communication between horse and rider whilst encouraging relaxation and salivation. A mobile bit which discourages fixing and leaning on the forehand.