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General Bits Catalogue 2012


Fitting The Correct Bit If you are having problems with finding a bit that is suitable for your horse there are a few steps that you need follow to get the right bit in its mouth. First you need to make sure that it doesn’t have any mouth, back or neck problems. No bit will help if the pain or discomfort lies in the mouth, back or neck. The most important part of fitting the correct bit is finding the right mouth piece for a particular horse. Here it is what the horse is doing with its head that tells you what bit is needed.

• The horse sticks his nose up in the air the moment the reins are taken up. This is the horse telling you that it is experiencing pain in its mouth. If using a Snaffle, you need to change to a three­piece bit such as a Control Plate. • The horse shakes its head, which means that he does not want tongue pressure. From the Snaffle or Control Plate, you would go softer to the Happy Tongue, designed specifically to take pressure off the tongue. • The horse bringing its chin up to its chest in an effort to evade the bit is a sure sign of too much bit for the horse and it trying to relieve the pressure. The solution is to either ride on a looser rein, or use a softer bit. From the Snaffle one could use the Lock Up. • The horse that pokes his nose forward, trying to pull the reins out of the rider's hands in an effort to relieve the pressure of the bit. Once again the solution being to use a softer bit. We have also introduced colour coding of our bits to make this process easier.

The next step is to measure the horse's mouth. This is a crucial aspect of fitting the correct bit. Using a bit measure or straight rod, put it in the horse's mouth and lift it to the correct place in the mouth, and mark the bar on both sides just outside the lip crease.

This measurement can then be used to determine the size of the bit required. The bit size will differ depending on the type of mouth piece required. Most horses are fitted with bits that are too tight and this just adds more pressure points. With a fixed mouth piece bit the size required is the measured size, and with the single and double break bits this should be the measured size plus 10 mm to take into account the set. In addition to this add 5mm if the bit has a loose ring cheek piece. Nothing additional needs to be added for fixed cheek pieces. Once you have established the mouthpiece and the width, then you have to establish which cheek piece would be suitable. This is dictated to by various things including the discipline the rider is participating in and the skill level of the rider.

Bit Measure


Increasing Pressure

Colour Coding Sensitive Tongue & Head Shakers

Bomber Blue Happy Tongue McHardy Lock Up Waterford

Neutral

Snaffle

To Drop Head Down

Control Plate Elliptical Colin Miles

To Lift Head Up

Sara Grills Buster Roller Barrie Smooth Barrie Reversible

Specialised

Mullen Johan du Plooy Spinner Petros Control Plate Petros Elliptical Petros Colin Miles Petros Buster Roller


2½ Ring A Ring cheekpiece introduces poll pressure as well creating leverage on the mouthpiece, the 2 ½ Ring version is the softest version of ring bit as the ½ ring softens the leverage on the mouthpiece and poll.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Barrell 30 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.


Lock Up The Lock Up snaffle removes the nut cracker action of the conventional snaffle, meaning it will bear less pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars.

Segundo The Segundo alleviates tongue pressure while keeping an even pressure on the bars of the mouth, encouraging the horse to stay light to the contact. Horses find it difficult to lean on this mouthpiece or put their tongue over the bit.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45° to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn ¼" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.


Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Buster Roller Round Twist The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit.

Sara Grills The Sara Grills link is set vertical and is designed to press against the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse that uses its tongue as a means of pushing against the bit to take control, will draw it back and tuck the chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Although similar to the Control Plate, this joint provides less surface area to disperse pressure making it a more severe bit.

Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.


Mullen Square Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Spinner The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.

Petros Elliptical The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Cherry Roller Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.


Cherry Roller Snaffle The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. When pulling on the reins, the rollers allow the bit to move along the bars of the horse's jaws as opposed to rubbing. Very useful for horses that: » Lose sensitivity over time » Lose concentration » Cross their jaws

Cherry Roller Control Plate The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45° to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.

Chain Link The Chain Link is a unique developement from Bombers and an addition to our extensive bitting range. This versatile bit can be flipped and used either way with the Bumpy teeth edge providing a harder bit and the smoother curved edge creating a more forgiving and softer bit. Great bit for the experienced rider.


3 Ring A Ring cheekpiece introduces poll pressure as well creating leverage on the mouthpiece. The 3 Ring is our most popular version.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Barrell 20 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.


Barrell 30 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.

McHardy A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the McHardy was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure. The link in the middle is to increase bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional Happy Tongue. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Elliptical Roller The Elliptical Roller is made of brass or sweet iron, which is designed to heighten the horses awareness of the bit. When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and reducing bar pressure. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Control Plate as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.


Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn Ÿ" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.

Elliptical Buster The Elliptical Buster is a 40 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Sara Grills The Sara Grills link is set vertical and is designed to press against the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse that uses its tongue as a means of pushing against the bit to take control, will draw it back and tuck the chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Although similar to the Control Plate, this joint provides less surface area to disperse pressure making it a more severe bit.


Barrie The Barrie is a severe bit due to the centre links of the two pieces being offset by 20mm giving it a double nutcracker action, which creates more tongue and bar pressure. Good for strong older horses.

Barrie Reversible The Barrie Reversible is a severe bit due to the centre links of the two pieces being offset by 20mm giving it a double nutcracker action, which creates more tongue and bar pressure. It is a versatile bit that can be flipped and used either way. The Round Twist providing a harder bit and the Smooth creating a more forgiving and softer bit. Great bit for the experienced rider and strong older horses.

Mullen Square Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Spinner The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.


Petros Elliptical The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


4 Ring A Ring Cheekpiece introduces poll pressure as well creating leverage on the mouthpiece. The 4 Ring has 2 rings on the bottom to adjust the amount of poll pressure and leverage you want.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.


American Gag The American Gag has a long curved shank with rings at either end. This setup creates a lot of poll pressure and leverage on the bit.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45° to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn ¼" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.


Bomber Hybrid The Bomber Hybrid is a combination of a mechanical hackamore and American Gag, giving it the combined effects of the hackamore and the bit. Ideal for strong sensitive mouthed horses as it distributes pressure uniformly on the nose, mouth and the poll.

The reins can be attached at various positions to allow for varying degrees of leverage. The amount of movement in the mouthpiece can be altered by moving the stopper above the mouthpiece. The nose piece is padded for the horse's comfort and a nylon curb strap is included. Care must be taken, as with any mechanical hackamore, that the noseband sits above the nasal bone.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.


Nathe "Nathe mouthpieces give a more sensitive feeling to the horse's mouth but at the same time are soft and strong with flexible steel wire. Because of their outstanding gentleness to the horses mouth and tongue it encourages the horse to chew more. The allergy足free mouthpiece has been proven to be excellent for sensitive mouths."


Brett Warren The Brett Warren is primarily a racing bit. The cheekpiece assists with the flexing of the head to prevent drifting, while the center bar creates more positive poll pressure.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.


Chifney The Chifney is a horse bit designed for leading spirited horses and ponies. The Chifney attaches to a halter by the two side rings and a lead rope attaches to the single bottom loose ring. The Bombers Chifney has a sweet iron mouthpiece that encourages salivation.


Curb Gag The Curb Gag uses the concept of a Rope gag but instead of applying poll pressure, it is used to apply curb pressure from the second/bottom rein. Although poll pressure is not totally removed as there is a similar action to the Ring or Drop Cheek on the bit/top rein. A ring can be added to the bottom to create more poll pressure.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Lock Up The Lock Up snaffle removes the nut cracker action of the conventional snaffle, meaning it will bear less pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars.


Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn Ÿ" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.


Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

Mullen Square Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Dawson Double The Dawson Double comprises two bits like a double bridle but it does not have a curb bit and rather makes use of two snaffle bits. The Dawson is 20mm narrower than the Snaffle and sits behind it in the mouth.


Dee The Dee Ring is very similar in action to the Eggbutt, it will prevent pinching of the lips and gives a slightly more solid feel against the side of the face. It also prevents the bit being pulled through the mouth. The release is slower and some slight poll pressure is introduced.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Barrell 20 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.


Ported Barrell The Ported Barrel was created to relieve pressure on the tongue via the the medium port, which creates space for the tongue. The Barell joint relieves pressure on the bars by spreading it over a larger area and limiting the nut cracker action of a conventional snaffle.

Segundo The Segundo alleviates tongue pressure while keeping an even pressure on the bars of the mouth, encouraging the horse to stay light to the contact. Horses find it difficult to lean on this mouthpiece or put their tongue over the bit.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Colin Miles Square Twist The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical. The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Mullen Round Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down. The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it stronger than the Smooth Mullen.

Mullen Square Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Mullen Spinner The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down. The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.

Spinner The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.


Petros Buster Roller The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue tucking the chin in.

Cherry Roller Snaffle The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. When pulling on the reins, the rollers allow the bit to move along the bars of the horse's jaws as opposed to rubbing. Very useful for horses that: Âť Lose sensitivity over time Âť Lose concentration Âť Cross their jaws


Double Bridle A double bridle is a bridle that has two bits and four reins. One bit is the Bradoon, is a modified snaffle bit that is smaller in diameter and has smaller bit rings than a traditional snaffle, and it is adjusted so that it sits above and behind the Weymouth bit.

Eggbutt Bradoon The Eggbutt Bradoon prevents pinching of the lips and give a slightly more solid feel against the side of the face. It also prevents the bit being pulled through the mouth. The release is slower and also introduces some poll pressure.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Loose Ring Bradoon The Loose Ring Bradoon allows for immediate release and relief from tongue and bar pressure which will reset the bit in the horses mouth.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.


Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Small Ring Gag Bradoon The Small Ring Gag Bradoon is stronger than the usual Loose Ring Bradoon and Eggbutt Bradoon as the ropes going through the rings create leverage which will exert more pressure through the mouthpiece whilst at the same time introducing more poll pressure.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Weymouth The Weymouth, or curb bit, in a double bridle consists of a mouthpiece with shanks and a curb chain.

The Weymouth works on several parts of a horse's head and mouth. The bit mouthpiece acts on the bars, tongue and roof of the mouth. The shanks add leverage and place pressure on the poll via the crownpiece of the bridle, to the chin groove via the curb chain, and, especially with a "loose jaw" shank, may act on the sides of the mouth and jaw.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Foward Port The Foward Port places more pressure on the bars, but provides room for the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Douglas Gag The Dee Ring shape is very similar in action to the Eggbutt , it will prevent pinching of the lips and gives a slightly more solid feel against the side of the face. It also prevents the bit being pulled through the mouth. The release is slower and some slight poll pressure is introduced. The Douglas Gag is the gag version of the Dee Ring is stronger and will create more leverage on the mouthpiece whilst at the same time introducing more poll pressure. Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontally with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Elliptical Buster The Elliptical Buster is a 40 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.


Drafter The Drafter cheekpieces lies flat against the horse's face giving a more solid feel against the side of the face, while preventing pinching of the lips and the bit being pulled through the mouth. The mouthpiece is quite fixed in the mouth and concentrates pressure on the bars but the loose rings allow for a quick release.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

McHardy A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the McHardy was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure. The link in the middle is to increase bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional Happy Tongue. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.


Sara Grills The Sara Grills link is set vertical and is designed to press against the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse that uses its tongue as a means of pushing against the bit to take control, will draw it back and tuck the chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Although similar to the Control Plate, this joint provides less surface area to disperse pressure making it a more severe bit.


Drop Cheek The Drop Cheek has an Eggbutt like ring at the mouthpiece for the rein, with an upper cheek that has a ring at its end, to which the cheekpiece of the bridle is attached. The mouthpiece does not slide on its ring resulting in only slight poll pressure. The cheekpieces lies flat against the horse's face, and the mouthpiece is quite fixed in the mouth and concentrates pressure on the bars. Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.


Eggbutt The Eggbutt cheekpiece prevents pinching of the lips and give a slightly more solid feel against the side of the face. It also prevents the bit being pulled through the mouth. The release is slower and also introduces some poll pressure.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Barrell 20 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.


Barrell 30 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.

Lock Up The Lock Up snaffle removes the nut cracker action of the conventional snaffle, meaning it will bear less pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars.

Segundo The Segundo alleviates tongue pressure while keeping an even pressure on the bars of the mouth, encouraging the horse to stay light to the contact. Horses find it difficult to lean on this mouthpiece or put their tongue over the bit.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Gavin Cocker Snaffle Very similar to our Snaffle the Gavin Cocker is made using a hinge joint in the middle rather than a ring joint.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Round Twist The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.


Control Plate Square Twist The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45° to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontally with the edge of the plate on the tongue. The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn ¼" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.


Mullen Square Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Cherry Roller Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical. The Cherry Rollers are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. They roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.


Eggbutt 2½ Ring The Eggbutt cheekpiece prevents pinching of the lips and give a slightly more solid feel against the side of the face. It also prevents the bit being pulled through the mouth. The release is slower and also introduces some poll pressure.

A Ring cheekpiece introduces poll pressure as well creating leverage on the mouthpiece, the 2 ½ Ring version is the softest version of ring bit as the ½ ring softens the leverage on the mouthpiece and poll. Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45° to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.


Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

Cherry Roller Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.


Eggbutt 3 Ring The Eggbutt cheekpiece prevents pinching of the lips and give a slightly more solid feel against the side of the face. It also prevents the bit being pulled through the mouth. The release is slower and also introduces some poll pressure.

A Ring cheekpiece introduces poll pressure as well creating leverage on the mouthpiece. The 3 Ring is our most popular version. Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.


Eggbutt Gag The Eggbutt shape will prevent pinching of the lips. The release is slower and some slight poll pressure is introduced. The Eggbutt Gag is the gag version of the Eggbutt is stronger and will create more leverage on the mouthpiece whilst at the same time introducing more poll pressure.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontally with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Elliptical Buster The Elliptical Buster is a 40 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Barrie The Barrie is a severe bit due to the centre links of the two pieces being offset by 20mm giving it a double nutcracker action, which creates more tongue and bar pressure. Good for strong older horses.

Barrie Reversible The Barrie Reversible is a severe bit due to the centre links of the two pieces being offset by 20mm giving it a double nutcracker action, which creates more tongue and bar pressure. It is a versatile bit that can be flipped and used either way. The Round Twist providing a harder bit and the Smooth creating a more forgiving and softer bit. Great bit for the experienced rider and strong older horses.


Eggbutt Loose Ring The Eggbutt Loose Ring prevents pinching of the lips and gives a more solid feel against the side of the face. It prevents the bit being pulled through the mouth. The Eggbutt Loose Ring allows quick release.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Barrell 30 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.

Lock Up The Lock Up snaffle removes the nut cracker action of the conventional snaffle, meaning it will bear less pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars.


Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Round Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Gavin Cocker Snaffle Very similar to our Snaffle the Gavin Cocker is made using a hinge joint in the middle rather than a ring joint.


Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Round Twist The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Elliptical Roller The Elliptical Roller is made of brass or sweet iron, which is designed to heighten the horses awareness of the bit. When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and reducing bar pressure. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Control Plate as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue.


Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Colin Miles Round Twist The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Sara Grills The Sara Grills link is set vertical and is designed to press against the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse that uses its tongue as a means of pushing against the bit to take control, will draw it back and tuck the chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Although similar to the Control Plate, this joint provides less surface area to disperse pressure making it a more severe bit.


Sara Grills Round Twist The Sara Grills link is set vertical and is designed to press against the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse that uses its tongue as a means of pushing against the bit to take control, will draw it back and tuck the chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit. Although similar to the Control Plate, this joint provides less surface area to disperse pressure making it a more severe bit.

Petros Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit.

Petros Control Plate The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Petros Elliptical The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Chainlink The Chain Link is a unique developement from Bombers and an addition to our extensive bitting range. This versatile bit can be flipped and used either way with the Bumpy teeth edge providing a harder bit and the smoother curved edge creating a more forgiving and softer bit. Great bit for the experienced rider.


Elevator The Elevator has the cheekpiece attached to the upper shank and the reins attached to the lower shank. When rein pressure is applied, the bit rotates in the mouth and places pressure on the poll as well as on the lips.

It is a popular showjumping and cross country bit as it offers more control and precision. It has a lifting effect and is especially good for showjumping as you can sit the horse more on its hocks and turn tight. This bit is more severe than the Elevator Baby due to the longer shanks.

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Elevator Baby The Elevator Baby has the cheekpiece attached to the upper shank and the reins attached to the lower shank. When rein pressure is applied, the bit rotates in the mouth and places pressure on the poll as well as on the lips.

It is a popular showjumping and cross country bit as it offers more control and precision. It has a lifting effect and is especially good for showjumping as you can sit the horse more on its hocks and turn tight. The Elevator Baby is less severe than the Elevator due to its shorter shanks.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.


Elevator Plate The Elevator Plate has the cheekpiece attached to the upper shank and the reins attached to the lower shank. When rein pressure is applied, the bit rotates in the mouth and places pressure on the poll as well as on the lips.

It is a popular showjumping and cross country bit as it offers more control and precision. It has a lifting effect and is especially good for showjumping as you can sit the horse more on its hocks and turn tight. This bit is more severe than the Elevator Plate Baby due to the longer shanks.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Leather Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn ¼" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.


Elevator Plate Baby The Elevator Plate Baby has the cheekpiece attached to the upper shank and the reins attached to the lower shank. When rein pressure is applied, the bit rotates in the mouth and places pressure on the poll as well as on the lips.

It is a popular showjumping and cross country bit as it offers more control and precision. It has a lifting effect and is especially good for showjumping as you can sit the horse more on its hocks and turn tight. The Elevator Plate Baby is less severe than the Elevator Plate due to its shorter shanks.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Fulmer The Fulmer cheekpiece, will have the same effect as the traditional Eggbutt in so much as, it will prevent pinching on the sides of the mouth, however the extended pins above and below the bit, firstly prevent the bit being pulled through the mouth and secondly have the effect of guiding the horses head which is great for schooling and training purposes.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

McHardy A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the McHardy was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure. The link in the middle is to increase bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional Happy Tongue. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit.


Segundo The Segundo alleviates tongue pressure while keeping an even pressure on the bars of the mouth, encouraging the horse to stay light to the contact. Horses find it difficult to lean on this mouthpiece or put their tongue over the bit.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.


Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Control Plate Square Twist The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontally with the edge of the plate on the tongue. The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

French Link Round Twist The French Link is useful for horses that dislike the 'nutcracker' effect. The French Link lozenge rests comfortably on the tongue and reduces the direct pressure on the outside of the bars of the mouth. This bit is stronger than the Control Plate and the Lozenge.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit.

French Link Square Twist The French Link is useful for horses that dislike the 'nutcracker' effect. The French Link lozenge rests comfortably on the tongue and reduces the direct pressure on the outside of the bars of the mouth. This bit is stronger than the Control Plate and the Lozenge.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn Ÿ" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.


Spinner The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.

Cherry Roller Snaffle The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. When pulling on the reins, the rollers allow the bit to move along the bars of the horse's jaws as opposed to rubbing. Very useful for horses that: » Lose sensitivity over time » Lose concentration » Cross their jaws

Cherry Roller Control Plate The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45° to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.

Chain Link The Chain Link is a unique developement from Bombers and an addition to our extensive bitting range. This versatile bit can be flipped and used either way with the Bumpy teeth edge providing a harder bit and the smoother curved edge creating a more forgiving and softer bit. Great bit for the experienced rider.


Fulmer Gag The Fulmer cheekpiece, will have the same effect as the traditional Eggbutt in so much as, it will prevent pinching on the sides of the mouth, however the extended pins above and below the bit, firstly prevent the bit being pulled through the mouth and secondly have the effect of guiding the horses head which is great for schooling and training purposes.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Control Plate Square Twist The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontally with the edge of the plate on the tongue. The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

French Link Round Twist The French Link is useful for horses that dislike the 'nutcracker' effect. The French Link lozenge rests comfortably on the tongue and reduces the direct pressure on the outside of the bars of the mouth. This bit is stronger than the Control Plate and the Lozenge.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit.

French Link Square Twist The French Link is useful for horses that dislike the 'nutcracker' effect. The French Link lozenge rests comfortably on the tongue and reduces the direct pressure on the outside of the bars of the mouth. This bit is stronger than the Control Plate and the Lozenge.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn Ÿ" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.


Mullen Square Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Spinner The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.


Fulmer Loose Ring The Fulmer cheekpiece, will have the same effect as the traditional Eggbutt in so much as, it will prevent pinching on the sides of the mouth, however the extended pins above and below the bit, firstly prevent the bit being pulled through the mouth and secondly have the effect of guiding the horses head which is great for schooling and training purposes.

The Loose Rings make the bit less fixed in the mouth which encourages mouthing and acceptance of the bit, while retaining the turning advantages of the full cheek.

Lock Up The Lock Up snaffle removes the nut cracker action of the conventional snaffle, meaning it will bear less pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Half Spoon The Half Spoon has only a lower half of a full cheek. The cheek is usually flat or a cylindrical shape, preventing pinching on the sides of the mouth. The bit provides some lateral guiding and is more fixed in the mouth than the Loose Ring.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Lock Up The Lock Up snaffle removes the nut cracker action of the conventional snaffle, meaning it will bear less pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Spinner The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.


Hitchcock The Hitchcock causes the bit to move upwards in the horse's mouth when used because the reins are attach to the cheekpieces of the bridle via the pulleys on each bit ring. This is an excellent schooling bit for horses that jerk at the reins, lean on the bit or are heavy.

The Hitchcock can be made with any of the mouthpieces in our Loose Ring range.


JW The JW is for horses that dislike having a bit in their mouth as it provides more space in the mouth than conventional bits. The bars also move the rings away from the side of the horse's face and prevents pinching. It also prevents the horse getting its tongue over the bit. The JW provides three different positions to cater to various disciplines.

With the large rings turned down and the reins attached to the large rings is the recommended position for general day to day riding, barrel racing, campdrafting, horse racing and dressage training.

This position provides safety in barriers for racing. The bit will sit with the bars almost horizontal when set up like this.

With the large rings turned up it allows for the reins to be attatched to either the upper large rings or the lower small rings. Attached to the upper large rings provides a remedial position that prevents chafing of the mouth. It also elevates the bar in the mouth which prevents the horse getting its tongue over the bar and give more tongue relief than the ring down position. Attached to the small lower rings it allows curb pressure to be applied. Ideal in situations where extra leverage is required. In this position the bars will be almost vertical.


Kimberley Dee The Kimberley Dee cheekpiece prevents pinching of the lips and give a slightly more solid feel against the side of the face. It also prevents the bit being pulled through the mouth. The release is slower than a Loose Ring and also introduces some poll pressure.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Lock Up The Lock Up snaffle removes the nut cracker action of the conventional snaffle, meaning it will bear less pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars.


McHardy A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the McHardy was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure. The link in the middle is to increase bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional Happy Tongue. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit.

Segundo The Segundo alleviates tongue pressure while keeping an even pressure on the bars of the mouth, encouraging the horse to stay light to the contact. Horses find it difficult to lean on this mouthpiece or put their tongue over the bit.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.


Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.


Kimblewick As with the Pelham, the action of the Kimblewick is dependent upon the position of the riders hands. The rein slides on the Dee shaped bit ring.

If the hands are lowered prior to pressure being applied to the reins, the rein will slide about an inch and the bit will assume roughly a 45째 angle in the mouth. Causing the mouthpiece to act in a downward and backward motion on the lower jaw, this is complemented by a downward pressure on the poll, giving the bit a lowering action. Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Cherry Roller Snaffle The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. When pulling on the reins, the rollers allow the bit to move along the bars of the horse's jaws as opposed to rubbing. Very useful for horses that: Âť Lose sensitivity over time Âť Lose concentration Âť Cross their jaws


Loose Ring The Loose Ring allows for immediate release and relief from tongue and bar pressure which will reset the bit in the horses mouth.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Barrell 20 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.


Barrell 30 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.

Lock Up The Lock Up snaffle removes the nut cracker action of the conventional snaffle, meaning it will bear less pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars.

McHardy A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the McHardy was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure. The link in the middle is to increase bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional Happy Tongue. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit.

Segundo The Segundo alleviates tongue pressure while keeping an even pressure on the bars of the mouth, encouraging the horse to stay light to the contact. Horses find it difficult to lean on this mouthpiece or put their tongue over the bit.


Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Snaffle Round Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit.

Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Gavin Cocker Snaffle Very similar to our Snaffle the Gavin Cocker is made using a hinge joint in the middle rather than a ring joint.


Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Control Plate Round Twist The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Square Twist The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontally with the edge of the plate on the tongue. The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Kernel The Kernel is a curved Elliptical allowing small tongue relief and making this link softer than the Elliptical.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Elliptical Roller The Elliptical Roller is made of brass or sweet iron, which is designed to heighten the horses awareness of the bit. When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and reducing bar pressure. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Control Plate as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.


Colin Miles Round Twist The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn Ÿ" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Buster Roller Round Twist The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit.


Sara Grills The Sara Grills link is set vertical and is designed to press against the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse that uses its tongue as a means of pushing against the bit to take control, will draw it back and tuck the chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Although similar to the Control Plate, this joint provides less surface area to disperse pressure making it a more severe bit.

Barrie The Barrie is a severe bit due to the centre links of the two pieces being offset by 20mm giving it a double nutcracker action, which creates more tongue and bar pressure. Good for strong older horses.

Barrie Reversible The Barrie Reversible is a severe bit due to the centre links of the two pieces being offset by 20mm giving it a double nutcracker action, which creates more tongue and bar pressure. It is a versatile bit that can be flipped and used either way. The Round Twist providing a harder bit and the Smooth creating a more forgiving and softer bit. Great bit for the experienced rider and strong older horses.

Barrie Round Twist The Barrie is a severe bit due to the centre links of the two pieces being offset by 20mm giving it a double nutcracker action, which creates more tongue and bar pressure.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit. Good for strong older horses.


Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

Mullen Round Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down. The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it stronger than the Smooth Mullen.

Mullen Square Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Mullen Spinner The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down. The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.


Spinner The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.

Spinner Round Twist The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it stronger than the Smooth Mullen.

Petros Control Plate The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Petros Control Plate Dressage The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Petros Elliptical The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Petros Buster Roller The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue tucking the chin in.

Cherry Roller Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.

Cherry Roller Snaffle The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. When pulling on the reins, the rollers allow the bit to move along the bars of the horse's jaws as opposed to rubbing. Very useful for horses that: Âť Lose sensitivity over time Âť Lose concentration Âť Cross their jaws


Cherry Roller Control Plate The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.

Cherry Roller Control Plate Dressage The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Cherry Roller Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical. The Cherry Rollers are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. They roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.

Cherry Roller Spinner The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.

The Cherry Rollers are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. They roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.


Medium Ring Gag The Medium Ring Gag is stronger than the usual Loose Ring and Eggbutt as the ropes going through the rings create leverage which will exert more pressure through the mouthpiece whilst at the same time introducing more poll pressure.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue A unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

Ported for tongue relief and very light, it is available in a variety of cheek pieces.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.


Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn Ÿ" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.

Elliptical Buster The Elliptical Buster is a 40 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Barrie The Barrie is a severe bit due to the centre links of the two pieces being offset by 20mm giving it a double nutcracker action, which creates more tongue and bar pressure. Good for strong older horses.


Barrie Reversible The Barrie Reversible is a severe bit due to the centre links of the two pieces being offset by 20mm giving it a double nutcracker action, which creates more tongue and bar pressure. It is a versatile bit that can be flipped and used either way. The Round Twist providing a harder bit and the Smooth creating a more forgiving and softer bit. Great bit for the experienced rider and strong older horses.

Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

Spinner The Spinner sits on top of the horses tongue and prevents the horse putting its tongue over the bit.

Cherry Roller Control Plate The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.


Pelham 55 The Pelham 55 has attachments for two reins, one near the mouthpiece and one at the end of the shank. These reins have similar action to the curb and bridoon reins in the double bridle. Some riders, not adept at handling two sets of reins, prefer to use rein connectors, leather loops which connect from one ring to the other on the bit shank. The rein is then attached to this rounding. The Pelham 55 has the shortest shank (55 mm) out of our range, this will soften poll pressure and leverage on the mouthpiece and curb.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.


Ported Barrell The Ported Barrel was created to relieve pressure on the tongue via the the medium port, which creates space for the tongue. The Barell joint relieves pressure on the bars by spreading it over a larger area and limiting the nut cracker action of a conventional snaffle.

Lock Up The Lock Up snaffle removes the nut cracker action of the conventional snaffle, meaning it will bear less pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars.

McHardy A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the McHardy was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure. The link in the middle is to increase bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional Happy Tongue. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit.

Segundo The Segundo alleviates tongue pressure while keeping an even pressure on the bars of the mouth, encouraging the horse to stay light to the contact. Horses find it difficult to lean on this mouthpiece or put their tongue over the bit.


Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Waterford The Waterford bit has many smooth flexible bumps or bubbles, which spreads the pressure over many points making it a light mouthpiece. The greater flexibility discourages a horse from leaning on it. The Waterford bit is a good choice for a horses that leans, it also promotes mouthing and salivation. The Waterford is usually worn Ÿ" ­ ½" longer than your traditional mouthpiece in order to curl around the lips and maximise the effect.

Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

Cherry Roller Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.


Cherry Roller Snaffle The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. When pulling on the reins, the rollers allow the bit to move along the bars of the horse's jaws as opposed to rubbing. Very useful for horses that: Âť Lose sensitivity over time Âť Lose concentration Âť Cross their jaws

Chain Link The Chain Link is a unique developement from Bombers and an addition to our extensive bitting range. This versatile bit can be flipped and used either way with the Bumpy teeth edge providing a harder bit and the smoother curved edge creating a more forgiving and softer bit. Great bit for the experienced rider.


Pelham 55 Dressage The Pelham 55 Dressage has attachments for two reins, one near the mouthpiece and one at the end of the shank. These reins have similar action to the curb and bridoon reins in the double bridle.

Some riders, not adept at handling two sets of reins, prefer to use rein connectors, leather loops which connect from one ring to the other on the bit shank. The rein is then attached to this rounding.

The Pelham 55 Dressage has the shortest shank (55 mm) out of our range, this will soften poll pressure and leverage on the mouthpiece and curb. It differs from the standard Pelham 55 in that it has additional lip strap rings on the shanks.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.


Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.


Pelham 75 The Pelham 75 has attachments for two reins, one near the mouthpiece and one at the end of the shank. These reins have similar action to the curb and bridoon reins in the double bridle. Some riders, not adept at handling two sets of reins, prefer to use rein connectors, leather loops which connect from one ring to the other on the bit shank. The rein is then attached to this rounding. The Pelham 75 has longer shanks (75 mm) which create poll pressure as well as leverage on the mouthpiece and curb.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Cherry Roller Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.


Racing Enforcer The Racing Enforcer is designed to expand when pressure is applied to the reins. It is used primarily in horse racing.


Racing Ring A Racing Ring is a bit that includes a ring passed through the horse's mouth and encircling the lower jaw. Also known as a Dexter ring bit, it is used in conjunction with a snaffle bit. The Bomber's Racing Ring adds an extra ring to attach the mouthpiece to the ring to prevent the horse's tongue getting caught. Used primarily in horse racing.


RH This cheekpiece will create slight pressure on the cheek created by the design of the bridle attatchment whilst the extra rings will give the rider the option for a bit more leverage on the bit whilst at the same time introduce slight poll pressure.

Segundo The Segundo alleviates tongue pressure while keeping an even pressure on the bars of the mouth, encouraging the horse to stay light to the contact. Horses find it difficult to lean on this mouthpiece or put their tongue over the bit.

Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

Mullen Round Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down. The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it stronger than the Smooth Mullen.


Mullen Square Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Rugby Pelham 55 The Pelham has attachments for two reins, one near the mouthpiece and one at the end of the shank. These reins have similar action to the curb and bradoon reins in the double bridle. Some riders, not adept at handling two sets of reins, prefer to use rein connectors, leather loops which connect from one ring to the other on the bit shank. The rein is then attached to this rounding.

Rugby Pelhams are designed to give the appearance of the horse wearing a double bridle but with only one mouthpiece, useful for horses that are being shown but dislike or do not have enough room in their mouth for a double mouthpiece.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


French Link The French Link reduces the nutcracker action found in a snaffle and encourages the horse to relax. Pressure is applied to the lips, tongue, and bars of the mouth.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Cherry Roller Snaffle The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching. When pulling on the reins, the rollers allow the bit to move along the bars of the horse's jaws as opposed to rubbing. Very useful for horses that: Âť Lose sensitivity over time Âť Lose concentration Âť Cross their jaws


Stockman Long Shank The Stockman Long Shank is a leverage bit, meaning that it multiplies the pressure applied by the rider.

The longer the shank, the less force is needed on the reins to provide a given amount of pressure on the mouth but the longer shank bits must rotate back further before applying pressure on the horse's mouth than shorter shanked bits. Therefore, the horse has more warning in a long shanked bit, allowing it to respond before any significant pressure is applied to its mouth, than it would in a shorter足shanked bit. In this way, a longer shank can allow better communication between horse and rider, without increasing severity.

The curved shank is condusive to a nose足out head position when working, such as endurance, cutting and roping horses.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Barrell 20 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.


Barrell 30 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Colin Miles Round Twist The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.


Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Buster Roller Round Twist The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit.


Stockman Short Shank

The Stockman Short Shank is a leverage bit, meaning that it multiplies the pressure applied by the rider. The shorter the shank, the more force is needed on the reins to provide a given amount of pressure on the mouth. The shorter shank bits only need to rotate a short distance before applying pressure on the horse's mouth than longer shanked bits. Therefore, the horse has less warning in a short shanked bit.

The curved shank is condusive to a nose足out head position when working, such as endurance, cutting and roping horses.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Barrell 20 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.


Barrell 30 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Colin Miles Round Twist The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.


Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Buster Roller Round Twist The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit.


Swales Pelham 55 The Swales Pelham is designed to give control specifically for strong horses that are inclined to lean down. It is extremely popular bit with the showing and driving fraternity and is often used in other disciplines for faster work on an experienced horse that is “over enthusiastic�. This is the only Pelham that removes poll pressure as the cheeks are attached to the inner rings. That emphasis the action on the curb and exerts more pressure on the jaws causing the lifting action.

Happy Tongue Straight A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Foward Port A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. The Foward Port has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.


T­Ring The T Ring cheekpiece, will have the same effect as the traditional Dee in so much as, it will prevent pinching on the sides of the mouth, however the extended pins above and below the bit, firstly prevent the bit being pulled through the mouth and secondly have the effect of guiding the horses head which is great for schooling and training purposes.

The Loose Rings make the bit less fixed in the mouth which encourages mouthing and acceptance of the bit, while retaining the turning advantages of the full cheek. They also allow for a quicker release of the bit. Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45° to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.


Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.


Taylor Tom Thumb The Tom Thumb is similar to the Ring bits or Dutch Gags and introduces poll pressure as well creating leverage on the mouthpiece. The main difference however is that instead of the additional rings at the bottom it has an extended shank with a ring on the end, this shank is bent and set to run at 45째 the effect this has is to ease up the poll pressure and leverage on the mouthpiece.

The Taylor Tom Thumb cheek piece is larger than our standard Tom Thumb. Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Taylor Chain The Taylor Chain bit is has an action between a Waterford and a Snaffle. The Short length of twisted chain allows it to take the shape of the tongue and as a result distributing the pressure across the tongue like a Waterford. The ends the mouth piece act more like a snaffle exerting pressure on the bars.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.


Buster Roller Round Twist The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

The Round Twist creates more pressure points on the bars making it a stronger bit.

Buster Roller Square Twist The Buster Roller link in the middle is shortened to 40mm which increases bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece.


Tom Thumb The Tom Thumb is similar to the Ring bits or Dutch Gags and introduces poll pressure as well creating leverage on the mouthpiece. The main difference however is that instead of the additional rings at the bottom it has an extended shank with a ring on the end, this shank is bent and set to run at 45째 the effect this has is to ease up the poll pressure and leverage on the mouthpiece.

Barrell 30 A conventional Snaffle joint has a nut cracker action, which means it will bear pressure on each side of the horses jaw called the bars and the tongue. The Barrell joint limits the nut cracker action and spreads the usual pressure over a larger area.When the rein is used this mouthpiece wraps across the tongue creating tongue pressure and taking pressure off the bars due to the lock up action. Please note appearances may be deceiving, this bit joint is stronger than the Elliptical as pressure is more concentrated on the tongue as this joint is smaller.

Taylor Chain The Taylor Chain bit is has an action between a Waterford and a Snaffle. The Short length of twisted chain allows it to take the shape of the tongue and as a result distributing the pressure across the tongue like a Waterford. The ends the mouth piece act more like a snaffle exerting pressure on the bars.

Snaffle Our Snaffle mouthpiece is popular due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.


Snaffle Square Twist Our Snaffle is a popular bit due to the curved mouthpiece which distributes pressure more evenly over tongue and bars. With the offset centre link it will reduce nutcraker action and pressure points on the tongue.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Control Plate Dressage Approved by the FEI, the Dressage Control Plate is narrower (14mm) than the conventional Control Plate and applies more tongue pressure. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Elliptical The Elliptical is a 45 mm lozenge, it is stronger than the Control Plate due to it having a smaller surface area. Consequently, a horse using his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.


Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Mullen The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

Mullen Square Twist The Mullen is a strong bit which creates direct pressure on the tongue which will in turn create direct pressure on the bars. Used for a strong older horse and will also bring the head down.

The Square Twist will create more pressure points on the mouthpiece which will make it stronger than the Round Twist and Smooth.


Watson Ring Pelham The Watson Ring Pelham is like a regular Pelham , but the snaffle rings have been moved so that they are connected through the center of the Mullen mouthpiece and now act as loose rings. The bit gives the impression of being part of a double bridle setup without using two bits. Mullen mouthpiece with a leverage cheek: This combination gives very definite downward tongue pressure. As the cheek turns, the mouthpiece of the bit pushes it down into the lower jaw. This is good for a horse with ample lower jaw capacity that needs to be ridden in something stronger than a snaffle and dislikes, or does not need, a joint or a port. The Pelham was developed as a combination between the snaffle and curb bit. It consists of a mouthpiece, shanks with two rings per side, a curb chain and to be used correctly, two reins.


Williams The Williams cheekpiece assists with the flexing of the head while the center bar creates more positive poll pressure.

Happy Tongue A horse shaking its head when bit pressure is applied or its tongue trying to escape the bit are classic signs the horse has a sensitive tongue. With this in mind the Happy Tongue was created, it has a medium port creating space for the tongue, relieving pressure, allowing the horse to relax.

Bomber Blue The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Control Plate 45 The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.


Elliptical The Bomber Blue is a unique bit which produces amazing results for the majority of horses.

It is ported for tongue relief and very light.

Colin Miles The Colin Miles is a great schooling bit with a 55mm centre piece creating greater tongue pressure. The rings give the horse something to play with and help keep the horses attention on the bit. This particular joint exerts more pressure than the Control Plate or Elliptical.

Buster Roller The Buster Roller is a great bit for schooling, the link in the middle is shortened to 40mm increasing bar and tongue pressure making the bit sharper than conventional link bits. Best suited for a horse with a low head carriage and which leans on the bit. The increased pressure on the bar will lift the head and the roller will increase pressure on the tongue bringing the chin in.

Sara Grills The Sara Grills link is set vertical and is designed to press against the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse that uses its tongue as a means of pushing against the bit to take control, will draw it back and tuck the chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

Although similar to the Control Plate, this joint provides less surface area to disperse pressure making it a more severe bit.


Petros Control Plate The Petros mouthpieces rotate preventing the horse taking hold of the bit. Often good for a horse that leans or tries to take hold of the bit. The Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control. This differs from a Dr Bristol which sits horizontlaly with the edge of the plate on the tongue.

Cherry Roller Control Plate The Bombers Control Plate is set at 45째 to follow the contour of the horses tongue. Consequently, a horse who uses his tongue as a means of pushing against the bit and therefore taking control, will draw back and tuck his chin in, coming back to a better point of control.

The Cherry Rollers roll in the horses mouth giving him something to play with and reducing the likelihood of the bit being held in the horse's teeth.They are constructed tightly so there is no chance of pinching.


Pony Our Pony bits are 75% scale versions of our full size bits. They are available in the following cheek pieces: » 2½ Ring » 3 Ring » Dee » Eggbutt » Eggbutt Loose Ring » Fulmer » Half Spoon » Loose Ring

The range of mouth pieces is the same as the full size bits.


Bit Rubbers All of our bits can be fitted with bit rubbers which we supply in a variety of colours.


Bit Measure Essential for getting the perfect fit.


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