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  1. Cottage Craft Eggbutt Full Cheek
  2. Dever Loose Ring French Link Snaffle Bit
  3. JHL Pro Steel Show Pelham
  4. Cottage Craft Loop Ring Snaffle
  5. Cottage Craft Curb Hooks
  6. Cottage Craft Jointed Rubber Pelham
  7. JHL Pro Steel Flexi Rubber Mouth Pelham
  8. Cottage Craft Jointed Pelham
  9. Cottage Craft Mullen Mouth Pelham
  10. Cottage Craft Jointed Pelham with Elliptical Link
  11. Cottage Craft GS Full Cheek with Elliptical Link
  12. Cottage Craft GS Fixed Cheek Dressage Weymouth
  13. Cottage Craft GS Dressage Eggbutt Bradoon
  14. Cottage Craft GS Loose Ring Snaffle Bit with Elliptical Link
  15. Cottage Craft GS Thick Mouth Loose Ring Snaffle Bit with Link
  16. Cottage Craft Continental Gag
  17. Cottage Craft Loop Ring Gag
  18. Cottage Craft Continental 3-Ring Gag With French Link
  19. Cottage Craft Rubber Covered D-Ring Snaffle
  20. Cottage Craft Continental 3-Ring Belgian Gag
  21. Cottage Craft Rubber Covered Full Cheek
  22. Cottage Craft French Link Full Cheek
  23. Cottage Craft Fulmer Full Cheek
  24. Cottage Craft Mullen Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle
  25. Cottage Craft Hanging Cheek French Link
  26. Cottage Craft French Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle
  27. Cottage Craft Lightweight Hollow Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle
  28. Cottage Craft Filet Baucher
  29. Cottage Craft Dressage Eggbutt Bradoon
  30. Cottage Craft Eggbutt Snaffle
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Horse Bits

Here at Online for Equine we fully understand the difficulty of trying to pick the best bit for your horse. There are so many factors to consider, including your horse's age, breed and oral condition to name just a few.

What is a horse bit

A horse bit is a particular type of tack that is placed in the mouth of your horse that helps the rider communicate with it. Usually made from metal or a synthetic material, the horse bit rests on the bars of the mouth in a section where there are not teeth. Used for steering and directing, a bit is held in place by means of reins attached onto a bridle.

Bit Types

There are many different types of bits, all with their own features, uses and needs. A loose ring snaffle is a popular item, it is a single joint non-leverage horse bit which does not amplify the pressure added through the reins, a popular choice for casual riding. A curb bit however does use lever action and was traditionally used by western riders. A extremely popular product is the Pelham bit, which has elements of both a curb and snaffle bits, putting pressure on the bars of the mouth, the tongue and the lips of the horse. Each bit type will be used by different rider on different horses for different occasions. That is why it is important to know what bit you are after.

Online for Equine are some of leading experts in biting, If you have any questions regarding biting you can call us and speak to our biting expert who will be able to advise you on any questions you have.