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Sprenger Max Control 3-Type Bit – 40713

$148.00

or 4 payments of $37.00 with Afterpay

The Max-Control is a double-jointed bit which, at a first glance, cannot be distinguished from other double-jointed loose ring snaffles. However, it is a correction or training bit which locks at a certain angle and thus becomes a straight bar.

Sprenger Max Control Double Jointed D-Ring Bit – 40717

$129.00

or 4 payments of $32.25 with Afterpay

The Max-Control is a double-jointed bit which, at a first glance, cannot be distinguished from other double-jointed loose ring snaffles. However, it is a correction or training bit which locks at a certain angle and thus becomes a straight bar.

Sprenger Max Control Double Jointed Loose Ring Bit – 40710

$120.00

or 4 payments of $30.00 with Afterpay

The MAX-Control is a correction or training bit which locks at a certain angle and thus becomes a straight bar.
The bit lies very well in the mouth when the horse is working properly. When the horse opposes the rider‘s hand the more intensive rigid effect occurs.

Sprenger Dynamic RS Gag Bit – 40441

$257.00

or 4 payments of $64.25 with Afterpay

It is a good choice for sensitive horses, leading to a higher level of acceptance. With the use of 2 reins in combination with a special cheekpiece for gag bits this bit enables an effective and precise control on the horse‘s mouth and poll. Particularly suitable for horses that tend to push forward, the pressure on the poll that the rider achieves gives maximum control.

 

Sprenger Dynamic RS Multi Ring – 40452

$189.00

or 4 payments of $47.25 with Afterpay

The special effect of these bits is the three different possibilities of attaching the reins. Depending on purpose and education level they enable versatile application possibilities.

 

Sprenger Dynamic RS Multi Ring Bit – 40466

$249.00

or 4 payments of $62.25 with Afterpay

The mouthpiece lies perfectly in the horse’s mouth resulting in soft and even pressure on the entire tongue area, encouraging the horse to chew. In addition this bit supports the contact to the corners of the mouth in a very effective way, keeping the horse on the bit.