This anatomically correct bit sits lightly and evenly on tongue and bars and provides more room and freedom of movement for the tongue. When taking up the reins an even pressure is applied to the bars and tongue. The tongue and bars are not squeezed laterally. The use of bit guards prevents lip pinching. Thanks to its slightly curved shape, the comfort bar lies very quietly in the horse”s mouth. Mouthpieces with a slightly curved bar are considered to be particularly gentle and kind on the mouth. This characteristic combined with our beris plastic enables horse and rider to communicate in a gentler and easier way. The Comfort bit is especially suited to for young and sensitive horses. The 3 ring bit combines an effective lateral restriction, lever and elevator action in one. The degree of effect is selected by the different buckling possibilities for the reins. Buckled onto the bottom ring, taking up the rein exerts the effect of a short lever. The 3-ring bit is often used to test the horse”s reaction to a lever effect.