Loose Ring Bits

Loose ring horse bits are the most popular style of bits. The loose ring encourages the horse to play with and accept the bit. The nutcracker action of a jointed bit has a 'lifting' effect, whilst a straight bit provides stability. The thickness of the bit determines its severity - the thicker the mouthpiece the kinder the bit. Rubber covered bits are particularly suitable for sensitive horses. French, roller and Dr Bristols all encourage chewing and salivation, which in turn help the horse accept the bit in a relaxed manner. The inclusion of a port on some bits aids flexion.

If you have any questions please feel to call us on 01425 472341 or email us at info@aivly.com.

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Loose ring horse bits are the most popular style of bits. The loose ring encourages the horse to play with and accept the bit. The nutcracker action of a jointed bit has a 'lifting' effect, whilst a straight bit provides stability. The thickness of the bit determines its severity - the thicker the mouthpiece the kinder the bit. Rubber covered bits are particularly suitable for sensitive horses. French, roller and Dr Bristols all encourage chewing and salivation, which in turn help the horse accept the bit in a relaxed manner. The inclusion of a port on some bits aids flexion.

If you have any questions please feel to call us on 01425 472341 or email us at info@aivly.com.