- D-rings allow bit to act on the outside of the mouth.
- D-rings provide a more stable position in the horse’s mouth.
- D-rings are more gentle on the lips and corners of the mouth.
- If the + sign is on the near side, the angular edge is employed.
- If the + sign is not visible from the near side, the softer rounded edge is in use.
- The angular edge provides stronger effect when buckled toward the tongue.
- The rounded edge diffuses tongue pressure and is good for sensitive horses.
- Two different types of pressure available in one bit tailors the rein aid to the horse.
- 14mm mouth piece.
Dressage: FEI, USEF, USDF, USEA
Eventing: FEI, USEF, USEA
Jumping: FEI, USEF, USEA
These approvals are the best information we have at this time, but correctness standards are ever evolving. Competitors are reminded that they are responsible for the correctness of their tack. If a rider is unsure of the correctness of any tack, it is the rider’s responsibility to confirm their equipment with the steward or technical delegate.