Loose ring vs Eggbut cheekpiece
When you want to ride your horse with a simple snaffle there are different options in which cheekpiece you can choose. The most standard options are the Loose Ring or the Eggbut. Most horse people will know what the different cheekpieces look like, but what are the actual differences? There are many different variables and factors to take into consideration when choosing a bit, because every horse reacts differently. In this blog we explain the differences and help you to choose the right bit for your horse.
Making the choice between a single jointed and a double jointed mouthpiece
Trying to find the right bit for your horse is always a struggle. One of the first options will most likely be a single or a double jointed snaffle. But what are the differences between the two? In this blog we will describe it as detailed as possible to help you make the right decision for your horse.
What material works best for my horse?
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.
TRUST Equestrian & dressage bits
In cooperation with top riders, TRUST Equestrian developed a range of dressage bits that have acquired worldwide fame. In this blog we explain everything about the double bridle combination and the most popular snaffle bits