- Sweet Copper for better acceptance.
- Acts on the lips, tongue, bars and poll.
- No nutcracker effect or palate pressure.
- Slightly quicker effect than the 2283.
- Two different types of pressure in one bit tailors the rein aid to the horse.
- The angular edge provides a stronger effect when buckled toward the tongue.
- If the + sign is on the near side, the angular edge is employed.
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.