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Brass Rings

The center piece of this bit features brass rings that encourage the horse to play with the bit, increasing the tongue activity. The horse will produce more saliva and will relax the jaws better.

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Brass Rings

The mouthpiece with rings is a variation of the double-jointed mouthpiece. The rings in the center encourage the horse to play with the bit. This increases tongue activity, leading the horse to produce more saliva, relax the jaws, and release the pressure in the mouth. The double-jointed mouthpiece functions like a regular double-jointed bit. The section with the rings is relatively narrow and thin, making it suitable for horses with more space in the mouth.

The use of copper material is currently very popular. Copper oxidizes when it comes into contact with the horse's saliva, giving off a sweet taste, which generally makes the bit well-accepted. It also promotes mouth mobility and relaxation. The mobility of the rings encourages the horse to play with them.

The mouthpiece with copper rings is often used in the sport as a basic bit because it is suitable for many horses and riders. The mouthpiece is especially suitable for horses that naturally show little movement in the mouth and remain dry in the mouth. It is generally accepted by both young and trained horses. Finding the right bit based on the preferences of the horse and rider is up to the combination of horse and rider. At HorseOnline, you can test the bit before buying. A mouthpiece with rings is FEI-approved and can be used for both jumping and dressage competitions.

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