A snaffle bit is the most common type of bit used while riding horses. It consists of a bit mouthpiece with a ring on either side and acts with direct pressure.
Snaffle with lozenge. Sides prevents pinching and provides a more stable feel to the horse. Lozenge encourages a softer contact. The lozenge eliminates the nutcracker action. Can be used in most disciplines.
Loose ring snaffle with lozenge. Softer than single jointed snaffle as it reduces pressure on the tongue and bars of the mouth as well as palate. Lozenge encourages a softer contact. Can be used in all disciplines including dressage.
The mouthpiece of this bit is a little stronger than the hollow mouth as it is thinner. Being thinner it is often more comfortable for horses with smaller mouths or bigger tongues. The single joint of this bit has a nutcracker action. Can be used in all disciplines.
A hollow mouth is significantly lighter than a solid bit. The single action of this bit gives more of a nutcracker action and the sides aid in steering. Can be used in most disciplines.
A hollow mouth is significantly lighter than a solid bit. The single action of this bit gives more of a nutcracker action and the sides aid in steering. Can be used in all disciplines.
Loose ring snaffle with flat link. The loose rings allow more movement in the horse's mouth and the link ensures less pressure is exerted on the tongue, palate and bars of the mouth than a regular single jointed snaffle. Can be used in all disciplines.
The copper rollers on the bit encourages mouthing creating a good solid contact. Made with Dee so that there is litte or no pinching. Made of stainless steel so it will not bend or break.
The rubber mouthpiece of this bit is kind and soft on the horse's mouth. Perfect for training young horses. The D-ring sides ensure that the horse's lips cannot be pinched.
This bit is made of stainless steel,it has eggbutt cheeks and a central French link. It is designed to lie in a curve and therefore suits the shape of the horse's mouth better than a traditional snaffle. The curve reduces the action on the corners of the horse's mouth, the central link removes the ...
This bit has eggbutt cheeks and a slightly curved mouthpiece. The mullenmouth is gentler than the jointed mouthpiece, sitting across the bars and working almost totally on the corners.
This bit is made of stainless steel and has a thick hollow jointed mouthpiece and eggbutt cheeks. This is a bit popularly used for horses with sensitive or unsteady mouths. The lightness of the bit encourages lightness of the forehand and the eggbutt cheeks encourage the horse to settle by creating ...
This bit is made of stainless steel. It has loose rings and a hollow double jointed mouthpiece. The French link was developed to lie in more of a curve than its jointed counterparts and it is therefore better suited to the shape of the horse's mouth. By allowing the horse to move it gently with his ...
This bit is made of stainless steel, and has a thin jointed mouthpiece and a loose ring design. This is a stronger snaffle than the hollowmouth loosering snaffle due to the narrowness of the mouthpiece. It is suitable for horses that are a bit strong on thicker snaffles, but that don't need ...
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