The Sprenger Dynamic RS Multi Ring Double Jointed Bit has the special effect of these bits is the three different possibilities of attaching the reins.
Depending in purpose and education level they enable versatile application possibilities.
Dynamic RS bits are characterised by an ergonomically shaped mouthpiece. They lie perfectly in the horse's mouth resulting in soft and even pressure on the entire tongue area, encouraging the horse to chew. Dynamic RS bits stimulate the horse to accept the bit more easily.
In addition the ergonomically formed mouthpiece allows a rapid and balanced effect on the tongue. This bit supports the contact to the corners of the mouth in a very effective way, keeping the horse on the bit.
At the same time the gentle joint in the middle which is angled forward by 45° - the characteristic feature of the patented KK ULTRA bits - makes it a very friendly bit. Dynamic RS bits are made of SENSOGAN, the innovative material that ensures a sensitive connection to the horse.
Due to the curved joints the bit remains in the correct and central position on the tongue. The fine lozenge can direct gentle pressure pivotally onto the tongue.
The bit encourages the confidence of the horse in the rider's hand and increases safety.
70mm Stainless Steel ring.
measure a bit:
A bit should fit your horse’s mouth so that the mouthpiece extends approximately 1/4 inch (0.6 cm) beyond the horse’s lips on either side, but not so tight that the horse might be pinched by any movable cheek pieces. You also don’t want a great length of bit hanging out of the horse’s mouth. The different parts of the mouthpieces on bits are made to sit on specific areas of the mouth. So for the bit to be effective, the bit needs to contact those areas properly. You also don’t want the bit pulling through the horse’s mouth when you pull on a rein. Measure an old bit you know already fits. Use a tape measure to measure from the inside of each cheek piece or ring .Use a piece of string about 12” (30cm) long. Tie a knot about 2 inches (5cm) in. Put it through your horse’s mouth, with the knot against the lips on one side. Mark the opposite side with a marker or little piece of tape