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HorseOnline chooses Beris due to the quality of the material and the thinner, curved shape of the bit, which works particularly well for horses with a sensitive mouth and a low tolerance for pressure on the tongue. With our years of experience, we can provide your sport horse with the right bit.

Beris is a German brand specializing in the production of horse bits. Beris aims to protect the horse's sensitive mouth. Each piece of metal is hand-formed, welded, and polished to perfection. The bits are tested by amateur and professional riders, and their experiences are gathered to develop the bits. Before the bits are sold, the "tensile strength" is checked to ensure the safety of both horse and rider. The Konnex line of Beris is designed for horses with a sensitive mouth, horses with limited space in the mouth, and horses that do not tolerate excessive pressure on the tongue. The Konnex tongue arch not only provides more space for the tongue but also lies flatter on the tongue, distributing rein pressure over a wider area. The plastic bits are flatter than most, making them more comfortable in the horse's mouth. The refined plastic does not cause any friction in the horse's mouth, even in horses with less saliva.

Browse various categories of Beris bits available for purchase at HorseOnline: Loose Ring Bits, Eggbutt Bits, D-Ring Bits, Full Cheek Bits, Baby Pelhams, Pelhams, RNF Bit, 2.5 & 3 Ring Bits, Gag Bits, and Curb Gags.

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