"My horse is currently ridden in a wilkie/gag/pelham and goes along in a nice frame. When I put him back in a snaffle for dressage he goes with his head up and nose out. What dressage legal bits give poll pressure like my wilkie/gag/pelham?"Bits that use forms of leverage are not dressage legal, only 'direct action' snaffles. In a nutshell, your horse isn't accepting the bit or working over his ba…
A new release of the EA Equipment annex was released today with some VERY exciting new approved bits being listed! The Myler bits are now worded to clarify they are legal as bridoon AND snaffle. The double jointed Baucher has also been listed as approved!Click the images below to read more! Questions? We are available 5 days a week (08) 8388 8472 or EMAIL US!…
Happy Days!! The Neue Schule Turtle Family has the official rubber stamp of approval from the FEI!If you haven't discovered these innovative bits yet, find out more below. Turtle Tactio Snaffle
Great for those horses that have large fat tongues or open their mouth
against the bit to escape bar pressure. use of a drop noseband is
dramatically reduced with this bit!Turtle Top Snaffle
Introducing the latest innovation from Neue Schule now available at Bit Bank Australia
The Turtle Top™ snaffle with FlexZ!
Does your horse have a overactive or fussy mouth?
Does your horse have tongue issues but is sensitive to the traditional tongue relief style bits?
This one is just for YOU!!!The
Turtle Top™ is the result of many hours of research, development and
STOP THE PRESSES!!! NovoContact is FINALLY here!The
brand new Novocontact bit range was launched by Sprenger at Spoga horse
fair in February 2015, Cologne and is now available at Bit Bank
latest invention is a unique oval shape design which widens the contact
area of the mouthpiece on the horse’s tongue, without putting pressure
on the palate.When
“Charmae, please help! My horse is having
issues getting his tongue over the bit/sticking his tongue out and I have tried
everything - it is costing me valuable points. What is going on in there!”On a very
regular basis I get queries from concerned and frustrated horse owners about a
horse with tongue issues. It’s costing them points in the arena or making
training difficult. Let me start by…