What material works best for my horse?Read more
The handcrafted and anatomically shaped bits of TRUST are designed and produced in the Netherlands, in Oisterwijk to be precise, a small city in the province of Brabant. A signature feature of the bits is the TRUST logo that is visible on both sides of the bit. The TRUST bits are manufactured in three different materials: “Sweet Iron, Inno Sense and leather.” So how do you know which one is best suited for your horse?
In this blog we give you more insight in the various types of materials the TRUST bits are made of, so that you, after reading this blog, have a better idea which type of TRUST bit is the best fit for your horse.4
How to find the right bit size for your horse?Read more
At TRUST, we often receive questions about finding the bit size that is right for a horse. The correct bit size is essential! A bit that is too small may pinch and cause irritations at the corners of the lips, while a bit in a size too large slides unstably from side to side through the mouth. A well-fitted bit rests comfortably at the corner of the horse’s mouth, whereby the mouthpiece sticks out minimally on both sides. The difference between the cheek piece and the mouth piece can be seen in the image below.
The eternal search for the perfect rug comes to an endRead more
Have you still not found the ideal winter rug? Does a small rug cause chaffing and pressure point marks in the shoulder or withers area? The perfect solution presents itself now. Read on and discover how you help your horse through the winter carefree. The designers at Trust noticed that many riders encounter problems in finding the perfect winter rug. Many horses develop pressure and chafe marks at the withers and shoulders due to rugs that have little room to move. As a rider, you would like to prevent these rub marks and sores; since you want to help your horse through the winter in the most comfortable way.
TRUST Inno Sense bits: a suitable partner for sensitive mouthsRead more
Finding a suitable bit is not an easy task, however it becomes an even more delicate one if you have a horse with a sensitive mouth. At TRUST, we have received many questions of riders that were searching an appropriate bit for horses with a sensitive mouth. At the time, we only had our Sweet Iron bits and we were unable to help every combination. Innovation is number one priority at TRUST and in cooperation with a number of riders we focused on finding new and softer materials. After many tests, we added the Inno Sense flexi bit to our production first.