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Plain D-Ring Snaffle Bits - Schneider's
Plain D-ring snaffles are the simplest of all bit types. Ideally suited for the entry into the education of youngsters or for the entry into the initial education. The D-ring bridle bit takes you back to the fundamentals. Bridle bit is a good start for youngsters. Basically the same with some small changes in style between the different designs.
Usually the material is high-grade steal, while some are equipped with a smooth, rubber-coated mouth piece. While some D-ring bit styles are all made of high-grade steal, others have a bent brass nozzle. Bridle pieces with brass rolls on each side to help jittery ponies and minimise dullness. You will also find bridle chisels with a hook for levering.
Bridle pieces with cup insert on the nose piece stimulate the saliva flow and increase the reactivity and sensibility. The bridle pieces with elastic mouths and versions with bent mouths, which reduce the contact force on the tongues for easier gulping, are particularly suitable for those who are still accustomed to having a little in the mouth. These bridles are also available with a special design.
An arched D-ring bridle bit made of brass is also suitable for younger and unexperienced horsemen. It is a useful tool to train the equilibrium of the horse, and the articulated mouth piece allows the horse to work on each side of it. Bridle bites are also available, such as the FES-D-ring made of bent brass, which exerts evenly applied force and is suitable for young ponies and those with a slight mouth.
Happy Mouth's double-jointed D-ring snapping chisel is a particularly softer and gentler chisel with an apple-smelling polymeric coating. The FES plain tube D-ring drill and the bent cupric inlaid D-ring drill with hook are suitable for equestrians and equestrians of all years.
Myler D-Ring Komfort-Bit with broad run is designed for simple stills that learn to curve and curve. FES D-ring made of brass and stainless steels is perfect for show-ring, daily practice or trail-riding.