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Sprenger - Flex Control Bit - SENSOGAN

Sprenger - Flex Control Bit - SENSOGAN

by Sprenger


Price: 62.95 / US$76.80 (75.54 / US$92.16 Inc VAT)
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The Sprenger Flex Control Bit has a moveable rubber part covering the joint which distinguishes this bit.

The Sprenger Flex Control Loose Ring Bit is ideal for sensitive horses. This bit has an Aurigan® mouthpiece with a single joint. The metal joint is covered with a soft and flexible rubber coat in order to protect tender mouth spots of sensitive horses. The moveable rubber part enables the rider to achieve optimal thoroughness and contact to the horse.

70mm Stainless Steel ring

Material: Sensogan

Sensogan has been built on the success and positive features of Aurigan metal. It is the distinctive composition of copper, manganese and zinc that makes Sensogan so special. The reduced copper content combined with the manganese results in a more regulated process of oxidation. Tests with the veterinary college of Hannover and the German Riding School in Warendorf showed without doubt this combination of metals has a positive influence on the horse's satisfaction, motivation and willingness to perform.