If you would describe your horse as something with the following;
- Heavy in your hands.
- Tries to avoid the bit, fussy in the contact
- Strong, usually lean/pull on the bit
- Sensitive, but strong.
The effect of the Universal rings is more flexible than other curbs. The lower the rein is placed on the sides, the sharper this bit will be.
An anatomical straight bit with pressure distribution that will give your horse great comfort. Sara has the best shape for a horse that a straight bit can have. It follows the natural curves of the horse’s mouth.
For Sara, we added Universal rings, just for the benefit of deciding the leverage effect day by day.
Reins in the bottom ring = Most leverage + the gag effect of the ring.
Reins in the center ring = Will work as a mix of a Baucher bit and loose rings.
We recommend adding our Secure clasps or non-swivel hooks and chain to Sara. Then you can divide the pressure between the poll, chin, and mouth.
|105MM||12mm over the tongue|
|115mm||12mm over the tongue|
|125mm||14mm over the tongue|
|135mm||14mm over the tongue|
|145mm||14mm over the tongue|