The eggbutt has fixed rings and is therefore stable in a horse's mouth. Because the rings cannot move independently of each other your help will acts directly.
Depending on the type, thickness and material, a eggbutt gets a sharper or softer effect.
The eggbut snaffle is a basic bit with fixed rings, making it more stable in the horse's mouth. The rings cannot move independently from the mouthpiece, allowing your aids to have a direct effect. Depending on the type, thickness, and material, an eggbut snaffle can have a sharper or softer action. Because the rings are fixed to the mouthpiece, bit guards are not necessary. The sidepieces of an eggbut snaffle should fit reasonably snugly against the horse's mouth, as these rings do not slide or rotate. The eggbut is recommended for young horses and riders with a normal hand.
In the equestrian sport, the loose-ring snaffle is frequently used as a basic bit because it is suitable for many horses and riders. The eggbut snaffle is commonly used for horses that may occasionally evade the bit and need stable contact to encourage them to move towards the rider's hand. An eggbut snaffle can help the horse achieve more stable contact. Generally, both young and trained horses accept the eggbut snaffle. Finding the right bit depends on the combination of horse and rider, and at HorseOnline, you can test the bit before purchasing. The eggbut snaffle is FEI-approved and is permitted for use in both show jumping and dressage competitions.