The design of the KK Ultra bit is the direct result of extensive anatomical research of the horse's mouth. It was discovered that the cavity of the horse's mouth where the bit sits is smaller than originally assumed. The KK Ultra Bit is designed with a shortened link set at a 45 degree angle to adapt to the anatomy of the horse's mouth, thus ensuring that when the reins are pulled, the round link rests fully on the tongue without squeezing it or applying pressure on the palate. This maximizes the tongue's sense of touch as clear instructions are given through the reins.
The full cheek allows the bit to sit quietly in the horses mouth, providing a steady feel, especially when used with bit keepers (which we highly recommend). It can also be useful with horses who are hard to turn.
Herm Sprenger from Germany is renowned for its outstanding quality and technologically advanced designs. The Sprenger seal of quality guarantees safety and precision workmanship for over 135 years.
The KK Ultra Full Cheek is made with an aurigan mouthpiece and stainless steel cheeks. Aurigan is an alloy developed specifically for use in horse bits and can aid in bit acceptance.
The Herm Sprenger KK Ultra Full Cheek Snaffle Bits are designed and adapted to the anatomy of the horse's mouth with no pressure put on the palate.
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