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Stubben Freedom Bridle

$595.00

or 4 payments of $148.75 with Afterpay

This unique Stübben bridle Freedom respects your horse‘s anatomy and biomechanics.

 

Stübben Tyrone Bridle

$429.00

or 4 payments of $107.25 with Afterpay

Apart from its traditionally first class leather quality, snaffle bridle Tyrone offers some visual and functional highlights. The browband is studded with synthetic precious stones of high quality, set before a silver or a gold coloured background.

Stübben Eggbutt Copper Bit 2236

$117.50

or 4 payments of $29.38 with Afterpay

The Eggbutt stops the corner of the mouth from being pinched between the mouthpiece and the rings. Copper on the bit promotes better acceptance because it encourages the horse to chew, thus enhancing the saliva production.

Stübben German D-Ring Bit 2255

$184.00

or 4 payments of $46.00 with Afterpay

Stübben German Precision D-Ring is very multifunctional on rein and curb use. New “soft rigid effect” provides more comfort for the horse while at the same time providing high effectiveness for the riders aids.

Stübben D-Ring Copper Link Bit 2250

$143.50

or 4 payments of $35.88 with Afterpay

Due to the specific shape of the rings (D-rings) the rider has more influence from outside on the horse’s mouth. Copper on the bit promotes better acceptance because it encourages the horse to chew, thus enhancing the saliva production. Have your horse feel no pressure on the palate with the double broken bit.

Stübben Pelham Rubber Bit 2242

$184.00

or 4 payments of $46.00 with Afterpay

The Pelham Bit Rubber Covered Mouth  is soft and comfortable in the horse’s mouth. Allows gentle yet effective sensitive aid and enables easier communication between horse and rider.
Rubber covered bits are not suitable for horses that like to chew on the bit with their teeth as otherwise the rubber cover could easily be damaged.

Stübben Baucher Copper Mouth Bit 2235

$169.00

or 4 payments of $42.25 with Afterpay

The Baucher Bit is ideal for dressage riders. It is the perfect intermediate bit between the Loose Ring Snaffle and the Weymouth Bit. This variation allows the rider to exert effective pressure on both the horse’s mouth and the horse’s neck.