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Anatomy-inspired double jointed bit design with enhanced mouthpiece stability, through optimised alignment of the mouthpiece surfaces to the tongue and palate.
The hard rubber used in this pelham allows less movement but is still thick and gentle. Can be used with double reins or pelham roundings.
The English Hackamore makes up part of a bitless bridle.
Stainless steel. Double-jointed mouthpiece with medium thickness and anatomic link.
The eggbutt rings on this bit prevent pinching while the EquiKind mullen mouth is mild.
Stainless steel. Thick double-jointed mouthpiece with anatomic cyprium link.
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.
This bit has a 18mm mouthpiece making it more comfortable for the horse with a larger tongue. The lozenge helps to encourage a softer contact.
A loose ring snaffle with a traditional flat French link mouthpiece.
Small rings proportioned for a small headed horse or pony. Mouthpiece thickness: 14mm.
This bit is made from flexible rubber meaning that the mouthpiece is soft and kind on the horse's mouth.
Stainless steel with soft rubber jointed mouthpiece.