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Horse Bits

Horse bits are available in a range of styles and sizes to suit every horse and discipline. Choose from classic loose ring snaffles or more technical bits like the Pelham for the power and control you need.
480 items
Sprenger Dynamic RS-WH Ultra Snaffle Sensogan 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Dynamic RS-WH Ultra Snaffle Sensogan 16mm

€179.10
RRP: €199.00
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Horze Leather Hackamore
RRP -14%

Horze

Leather Hackamore

€59.95
RRP: €69.95
(4)
Horze Spoon Bit
RRP -13%

Horze

Spoon Bit

€34.95
RRP: €39.95
(4)
Horze Full Cheek Double-Jointed Bit
RRP -15%

Horze

Full Cheek Double-Jointed Bit

€27.95
RRP: €32.95
(4)
Sprenger DUO D-ring snaffle 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

DUO D-ring snaffle 16mm

€89.95
RRP: €99.95
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Sprenger HS Duo Loose ring 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

HS Duo Loose ring 16mm

€67.45
RRP: €74.95
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Sprenger Hackamore with leather curb strap
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Hackamore with leather curb strap

€80.95
RRP: €89.95
Horze D-Copper Rolls
RRP -13%

Horze

D-Copper Rolls

€34.95
RRP: €39.95
(9)
Horze Rubber Chin Chain Guard
RRP -25%

Horze

Rubber Chin Chain Guard

€2.95
RRP: €3.95
(4)
Horze Double-Jointed Loose Ring Apple Snaffle Bit
RRP -8%

Horze

Double-Jointed Loose Ring Apple Snaffle Bit

€34.95
RRP: €37.95
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Horze Curb Bit, Mullen
RRP -6%

Horze

Curb Bit, Mullen

€44.95
RRP: €47.95
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Korsteel Flexi Mullen Mouth Full Cheek Snaffle Bit

Korsteel

Flexi Mullen Mouth Full Cheek Snaffle Bit

€59.95
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Horze Double-Jointed Eggbutt Bit
RRP -11%

Horze

Double-Jointed Eggbutt Bit

€39.95
RRP: €44.95
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Horze Jointed Apple Snaffle Bit
RRP -15%

Horze

Jointed Apple Snaffle Bit

€27.95
RRP: €32.95
(4)
Sprenger Show jumping bit Stainless steel
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Show jumping bit Stainless steel

€44.95
RRP: €49.95
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Horze Double-Jointed Eggbutt Bit
RRP -14%

Horze

Double-Jointed Eggbutt Bit

€59.95
RRP: €69.95
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Sprenger Dynamic RS Eggbutt Bradoon Single Jointed Sensogan 14mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Dynamic RS Eggbutt Bradoon Single Jointed Sensogan 14mm

€134.10
RRP: €149.00
Sprenger HS Eggbutt Bit Sensogn 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

HS Eggbutt Bit Sensogn 16mm

€125.10
RRP: €139.00
Sprenger Eggbutt GAG Mullenmouth Bitt Hard Carbon 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Eggbutt GAG Mullenmouth Bitt Hard Carbon 16mm

€58.45
RRP: €64.95
Kavalkade Eggbut snaffle bit, jointed KavalBits

Kavalkade

Eggbut snaffle bit, jointed KavalBits

€49.90
Horze Waterford Loose Ring Bit
RRP -13%

Horze

Waterford Loose Ring Bit

€34.95
RRP: €39.95
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Horze Rubber Bit Guards
RRP -50%

Horze

Rubber Bit Guards

€2.47
RRP: €4.95
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Karlslund Titanium eggbut bit
RRP -10%

Karlslund

Titanium eggbut bit

€152.10
RRP: €169.00
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Karlslund Máni bit, 16 mm
RRP -10%

Karlslund

Máni bit, 16 mm

From €41.35
RRP: €50.56
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Sprenger Dynamic RS Eggbutt Bradoon Double jointed Sensogan 14mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Dynamic RS Eggbutt Bradoon Double jointed Sensogan 14mm

€152.10
RRP: €169.00
Sprenger KK Ultra Snaffle Sensogan 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

KK Ultra Snaffle Sensogan 16mm

€116.10
RRP: €129.00
Sprenger Nathe Mullen Mouth Bit 15mm Soft, w/ Port (70mm ring)
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Nathe Mullen Mouth Bit 15mm Soft, w/ Port (70mm ring)

€53.95
RRP: €59.95
Sprenger Rubber bit
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Rubber bit

€49.45
RRP: €54.95
Horze Soft Curb Chain Guard
RRP -14%

Horze

Soft Curb Chain Guard

€5.95
RRP: €6.95
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Horze Loose Ring Double-Jointed Rubber Bit
RRP -15%

Horze

Loose Ring Double-Jointed Rubber Bit

€27.95
RRP: €32.95
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Horze Pelham Straps
RRP -25%

Horze

Pelham Straps

€14.95
RRP: €19.95
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Sprenger Duo Eggbutt Bit
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Duo Eggbutt Bit

€89.95
RRP: €99.95
Sprenger Mullen Mouth snaffle, hard carbon 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Mullen Mouth snaffle, hard carbon 16mm

€44.95
RRP: €49.95
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Sprenger Novocontact eggbutt style single J.Sensogan 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Novocontact eggbutt style single J.Sensogan 16mm

€134.10
RRP: €149.00
Sprenger Novocontact eggbutt style double dbl.J.Sensogan 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Novocontact eggbutt style double dbl.J.Sensogan 16mm

€161.10
RRP: €179.00
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Karlslund Bylgja, Tongue Freedom Bit
RRP -10%

Karlslund

Bylgja, Tongue Freedom Bit

From €44.95
RRP: €56.96
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Sprenger Pelham Stainless steel 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Pelham Stainless steel 16mm

€44.95
RRP: €49.95
Sprenger Dynamic RS Eggbutt Sensogan 16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger

Dynamic RS Eggbutt Sensogan 16mm

€134.10
RRP: €149.00
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Horze Baucher Bit
RRP -13%

Horze

Baucher Bit

€34.95
RRP: €39.95
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Horze Double-Jointed Bradoon Bit
RRP -15%

Horze

Double-Jointed Bradoon Bit

€27.95
RRP: €32.95
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Horze Double-Jointed Eggbutt Bit
RRP -13%

Horze

Double-Jointed Eggbutt Bit

€34.95
RRP: €39.95
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Sprenger Eggbutt Gag Bit Hard Carbon Single Jointed16mm
RRP -10%

Sprenger Eggbutt Gag Bit Hard Carbon Single Jointed16mm

€61.11
RRP: €67.90
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A wide variety of bits for horses

Horse bits are available in a variety of designs and different materials: titanium, stainless steel, copper, rubber, Aurigan or leather. Whether you choose a single or double-jointed bit, a snaffle, an eggbutt bit, a pelham, a full cheek snaffle, a hackamore, etc., would depend entirely on your horse, your skill level and your riding style. 

Loose Ring Snaffles

Loose Ring Snaffles help the horse to position the bit where they like it unlike fixed bits such as the eggbutt or hanging cheek snaffle. This helps the horse be more comfortable in the mouth and since the mouthpiece is moveable on the cheek it also helps with horses that are heavy or take hold of the bit

Eggbutt Bits

One of the most used English snaffle bits is the eggbutt snaffle. It is useful in training a young horse, general riding, and the beginning stages of dressage.

Full cheek snaffles

The primary benefit of the full cheek snaffles is that it makes it easier to steer the horse and helps to ensure the rider can't pull the bit through the horse's mouth. For this reason, the full-cheek snaffle is ideal for young horses that are just learning to steer.

D-Ring Snaffles

D-Ring Snaffles are bits that demonstrate cheek pieces resembling a "D" like shape. The D-Ring cheek piece is a fixed ring that keeps the mouthpiece more stable in the horse's mouth. The sides of the "D" also prevent the bit from being pulled through the horse's mouth and keep the bit from pinching.

Hackamores

Hackamores can be a great option for horses with physical issues in their mouth, such as tongue damage or a fractured jaw, which means they are not accepting of a bit. Behavioural problems like head shaking, excessive salivation and rearing may also be improved by using a hackamore.

Pelham

A pelham bit is a type of bit used when riding a horse. It has elements of both a curb bit and a snaffle bit. In this respect a pelham bit functions like a double bridle, and like a double bridle it normally has "double" reins: a set of curb reins and a set of snaffle reins.

The right bit size

Measuring the size of your horse’s oral cavity is paramount to ensuring the Horze bit fits properly. To do this, you can use the 2-finger test developed by Sprenger. Hold your index and middle fingers together and insert them in the horse’s mouth, where the horse bit would be inserted. If the distance between the upper and lower jawbone is small, i.e. if you feel pressure on both fingers, then the recommended thickness is 14-16 mm. If the distance between the upper and lower jawbone is greater, you will hardly feel any pressure on your fingers and the recommended thickness is 16-18 mm. (Guide to bit selection, step 3, Herm. Sprenger GmbH Metallwaren)

When you know your horse's bit size and how you two work together, nothing can stand in the way of good cooperation between you.

The choice is huge - there are snaffle bits made of a wide variety of materials and in different shapes. Which snaffle is best for you depends on your horse's anatomy, temperament and habits. An anatomically shaped, double-jointed water snaffle usually encourages horses to chew more, so if your horse doesn't chew enough, this snaffle may be optimal. On the other hand, if your horse already chews a lot, it might just play with this snaffle and not accept the aids. In that case, a single bridle would probably make more sense. However, this type of snaffle is not suitable if your horse likes to lean on the bit.

Most horses accept a single bit, anatomically shaped eggbutt snaffle very well. It lies very comfortably in the horse's mouth. But even this snaffle is not well suited for horses that tend to push against the hand. In this case, a double jointed version would be better.

Snaffles made of metal have a long tradition. Today, copper, iron or stainless steel are often used to make snaffle bits. Copper and iron have the advantage that they react with the horse's saliva. This gives the bit a pleasant taste for the animal. However, copper in its pure form is too soft. It is therefore usually used together with other metals. This addition of copper also causes the bit to warm up faster to the horse's body temperature in winter. Stainless steel snaffles are very smooth, durable and easy to clean.

Plastic snaffles consist of a wire core and a coating of Nathe. This synthetic material is very soft. On the one hand this is pleasant for the horse, but on the other hand it shortens the life of the bridle. This is why you have to check plastic snaffles regularly. If the Nathe gets bitten through, the wire core is exposed, which can lead to serious injuries in the horse's mouth.

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