SPRENGER-Bits embellished with crystals from Swarovski.
- Adapted to the anatomy of the horse’s mouth.
- No pressure put on the palate.
- Clear instructions given as the tongue’s sense of touch is utilised.
- Made from SENSOGAN the approved metal for horses
The single jointed loose ring version of the successful double jointed Dynamic RS bits. The ergonomically formed mouthpiece allows a rapid and balanced effect on the tongue. In comparison to conventional single jointed bits the Dynamic RS mouthpieces give even pressure on the entire tongue area. Dynamic RS bits present a better contact between horse and rider. Brilliant for horses that are overactive in the mouth playing too much with the lozenge and therefore unresponsive to the signals of double jointed bits.
SENSOGAN® is a new bit material developed by SPRENGER and is the result of two years of research and development aiming to improve on the AURIGAN material which has made SPRENGER bits so popular with so many professional and amateur riders.
SENSOGAN® has improved properties but also a new appearance. The white-gold colour gives the bit a discreet and elegant look and due to the improved material mix, SENSOGAN® does not tarnish easily as the chewing activity of the horse is optimally supported. The bit will stay true to its white gold colour for much longer and can also be polished to a high shine at any point in its lifetime. The new SENSOGAN® range is identified by its unique stamped black ring on the cheeks of the mouthpieces.
The special challenge in developing SENSOGAN® was to maintain the positive features of Aurigan yet to intensify them, giving an even more delicate and sophisticated connection to the horse. In the twenty or so years that Aurigan has been available, many companies have copied its colour but never its properties. Sprenger knew the time was right to launch their new optimal bitting collection with an unmatched look anywhere else in the market.
It is the distinctive composition of Copper, Manganese and Zinc that makes SENSOGAN® so special. The reduced copper content combined with the manganese results in a more regulated process of oxidation. Tests with the veterinary college of Hannover and the German Riding School in Warendorf showed without doubt this combination of metals has a positive influence on the horses satisfaction, motivation and willingness to perform.