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-Magic System: characteristics of an unjointed and a jointed bit
-Mouthpiece delivers a sweet taste to stimulate saliva formation
-Anatomically shaped to ensure an even pressure distribution
The Magic System bit combines the flexibility of a jointed bit with the control
that gives an unjointed bit. The exclusive, patented design prevents the bit
from bending completely, causing injuries to the tongue and palate. This bit is
suitable for experienced riders and strong horses. It is made of solid Cuprigan
with stainless steel rings. Cuprigan is an alloy consisting of 89% copper, 7%
aluminium, 3% iron and 1% zinc. The oxidation process of the material gives a
pleasant smell and taste.
The anatomical design follows the shape of the horse's mouth, creating a gentle
and even pressure distribution. The design, combined with the unique properties
of Cuprigan, encourages the chewing process and saliva production, which allows
for a pleasant connection with the sensitive horse’s mouth. The bit applies mild
pressure on the mouth.
The eggbutt snaffle has fixed cheek pieces, aids will therefore have a more
direct effect. This type of bit is often easily accepted as it offers stability.
In the case of a double jointed bit, the mouthpiece consists of three parts. The
middle section of the mouthpiece lies flat on the tongue. This causes more
pressure on the tongue than a single jointed bit. The thicker the middle
section, the more pressure it will create on the tongue.
The mouthpiece has a thickness of 16 mm and the bit rings have a diameter of 65
- Article number
- Double jointed
- Size chart
Size chart Eggbutt bits