The Stubben Anatomic Loose Ring Snaffle features a special form of the mouth piece, while the bent lateral pieces perfectly suit the anatomy of the horse’s mouth. This special bit form gives more space to the horse’s tongue and is hence especially suitable for horses that react sensitively to a higher pressure on the tongue. In addition, the benefits of a double-broken snaffle include no pressure on the palate, balanced weight distribution on the tongue and jaw, horses can easily be ridden on the bit, no nutcracker-effect and it is more forgiving to mistakes caused by a rider's strong hand or pulling on the reins. The free sliding rings of the loose ring enable the horse to adjust the position of the bit in his mouth. This tends to make the horse relax his jaw and chew the bit, thus encouraging the horse to accept the bit. In addition, when picking up the reins the rings move so that the bit is automatically positioned correctly. Also, young horses or inexperienced riders should always gain experience with a loose ring snaffle before trying out a D-Ring Bit or other bits.
The Stubben Steeltec quality feature no rough edges that could hurt the horse's mouth, as well as long durability due to selected materials and a special processing technology that ensures that bit holes and link pieces remain intact for longer. The free sliding rings of the Icelandic Loose Ring Snaffle enable the horse to adjust the position of the bit in his mouth. This tends to make the horse relax his jaw and chew the bit, thus encouraging the horse to accept the bit.
The Stubben Anatomic Loose Ring Snaffle offers:
Loose ring snaffle
Great for sensitive mouthed horse
Double broken snaffle
Free sliding rings of loose ring enable horse to relax
No rough edges
Special processing technology
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