About the Ring Bit (Dexter Bit): The ring bit has two mouthpieces: one jointed snaffle mouthpiece and one ring that encircles the horse’s lower jaw. The snaffle portion of the bit can have metal, plastic or rubber coating and the ring is metal. The cheekpieces are of varying shapes, as are the metal “spoons” below the mouth. A ring bit is commonly used on strong horses since it adds stopping power. The bit also increases steering power since a rider has the added leverage on the horse’s lower jaw.
How and Why WTP Bits work: https://youtu.be/jJrzAAsnZ4o
Winning Tongue Plate Benefits:
Bit Thickness: 16mm
Available in sizes: 4.5", 5" and 5.5"