Eggbutt Bit with a Curved Sweet Iron Mouth
The single joint of this bit creates pressure on the tongue, the roof and the bars of the mouth. The eggbutt cheeks keep the bit more fixed in the horse's mouth than a loose ring snaffle.
This bit is more suited to horse's who struggle to maintain a consistent contact, such as young horses or those those with sensitive mouths.
The sweet iron encourages relaxation and salvation for effective communication between horse and rider.