Baby dressage bar with medium tongue arch, with sweet iron.
A dressage bar is used together with an underlay bit, the so-called bar and snaffle. This combination is used in the higher dressage classes. The dressage bar is a jaw piece with leverage. The longer the scissors, the sharper the effect. This baby dressage bar has short scissors and therefore has a milder effect than the normal dressage bar.
This mouthpiece is a rod with a medium tongue arch. The tongue arch provides more tongue freedom so that no pressure is placed on the tongue but is distributed over the layers. This makes the bit ideal for horses with a sensitive tongue or horses that stick out the tongue.
Sweet Iron develops through contact with (air) moisture and surface rust that tastes sweet and stimulates the horse's saliva production in a natural way.