D Ring Bits

A Dee Ring Snaffle Bit is a compromise between an eggbutt and a full cheek snaffle. Like the eggbutt, it helps prevent pinching at the corners of the mouth and it provides lateral control through the vertical shanks. The fixed position of the cheeks and mouthpiece mean that this bit is less mobile in the horse’s mouth. The dee ring exerts lateral force on the sides of the mouth and is less able to be pulled through the mouth and affords control in turning. The jointed snaffle mouth is the most common and places pressure on the bars, tongue and on the roof of the mouth. Other mouthpieces include the Waterford, Doctor Bristol and French Link. The Dee Ring Snaffle Bit is a very popular bit for the show ring.

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