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Rings size: 80mm
Shank length: 135mm
Mouthpiece type: Soft ergonomic
We can order other sizes, please contact us here !
Beris bits are made of resin, with a very smooth surface that allows the bit to slide into the horse's mouth without the "gumming" effect that traditional resin bits can cause. This material is so smooth and soft to the touch that it can even be considered for horses with salivation difficulties.
> This resin is made from a plastic material for food use.
> A real asset to obtain chewing and a good acceptance of the bit thanks to its soft touch and its ambient temperature.
> Hand-made bits (possibility of traces of machining)
Caution: resin bits are particularly vulnerable, it is strongly advised not to use a bit that is too damaged as this could injure the horse's bars, tongue and palate.
Combines effectivly lateral restriction, leverage and pull open effect in one bit. The level of control depends on the different rings. This changes the length of the lever. The 3-ring bit is often used to test the horses reaction to leverage. When used with a second rein, it is similar to a regular eggbutt or loose ring snaffle.
The tongue port snaffle gives the horses tongue enough room because of the flattened area on the port. Many horses react to this with more relaxation and chewing. Therefore this bit is perfect for horses that won't tolerate pressure on the tongue and for those who tend to stick their tongue above the bit.
The bit itself is slimmer, it postions itself very comfortable in the horses mouth. The beris tongue port offers also in the KONNEX-bit generous space to the sensitive tongue muscle.
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