Feature Me

14th October 2020

Each week we feature 10 riders using their Neue Schule bit…

12th October 2020

Bunny loves his Waterford Jumper bit! After a year of trying to find a bit that he likes and works well in, this one is by far the best! It elevates him as he tends to tuck his head in, and the Waterford stops him from taking hold. Additionally, the different options are great for different disciples, we used roundings to get the perfect balance.

Our pony loves his Neue Schule Bit.

Image Credit – Martha Lily Thompson

Keith hasn’t settled into any other bit as well as his NS Turtle Top Full Cheek.

Abe my ex-racehorse! Wearing a NS Tranz Angled Lozenge Full Cheek. I’ve used these bits for about 15 years now and every horse goes beautifully in them.

Razz loves his Team Up Loose Ring. This is him at our first competition together after coming back from an injury. Since changing his bit we have gone from a horse that would lean and nor on the bit to avoid a contact to now accepting the contact and carrying himself! This is now allowing us to bring in some more advanced movements. I would 100% recommend Neue Schule bits!

My Oh Mount winning ROR Novice National Dressage Champion in his Tranz Angled Lozenge Eggbutt Snaffle.

After trialling several bits out Paddy decided he liked the NS Verbindend best and is going great in it!

Trevor in his Pony Tranz Angled Loose Ring. We tried so many bits and with his low palette and thick tongue this is perfect with its slimmer mouthpiece option. We have one very happy boy.

Foxy has been backed and ridden away in the Neue Schule Starter bit. She’s very happy in it and was even caught red handed snacking on our way home.

King in his Universal, lovely and soft in the hand.

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