Fager Sally Bit - Loose Ring & Fixed Ring

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If Fager's Julia and Max had a baby - we welcome sweet Sally!

Sally is Fager´s baby, she is just amazing.

And not only for being the prettiest bit in the tack room.

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Sally has Julia´s tongue relief, or as we rather like to say - the anatomic shape that follows the contour along the mouth and divides the pressure between the bars and tongue equally.

The short centrepiece eliminates palate interference. It breaks to the outside of the tongue. Sally even suits horses with a low and/or short palate together with a big tongue. These horses are harder to find a suitable bit for.

 

Then we have the Copper roller. Highly appreciated by so many horses. Who wouldn´t like the  sweet taste that the Copper gives when the horse can play with the roller 

We made the Roller a bit bigger so it reaches further down than the joints.

This will increase the pressure on the tongue if your horse pulls or is being heavy in your hand. 

 

Same as Max, Sally is made with -pure, solid medical grade titanium. 

Durable and lightweight double jointed titanium bit without lock system.

Titanium is a material that helps provide steady, reassuring communication to your horse through the reins. 

If you would describe your horse as something with the following;

  • Heavy in your hands.
  • Strong, usually lean/pull on the bit
  • Tries to put the tongue over the bit.
  • Shaking its head.
  • Making sudden fast head-movements to escape the connection from the reins.
  • Sticking the tongue out/Chewing the bit frantically.

 

Loose rings or Eggbutts?

 

Eggbutts give the mouthpiece stability, and the rein aids will be more direct and precise. If your horse is a little hesitant into the contact, an eggbutt is to prefer. Loose rings will allow for more movement of the bit in the horse's mouth. Which also will discourage leaning. Loose rings will allow the rider for quick aids with finesse. Eggbutts or loose rings together with bit guards is to recommend if the horse has ”fleshy" lips/mouth corners.

 Try Sally!

 Titanium has several advantages:

  • Antibacterial and Biocompatible material.
  • Superior strength and extremely lightweight in the mouth.
  • Increases saliva, warm to the touch and encourages acceptance.
  • Non-toxic and hypoallergenic.
  • Low maintenance, easy to clean.

 

The logo-HORSE should always be on your horse right side, upwards.

 Click here for Fager's Dressage legal checklist


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