The Loose Ring is always the first choice.
The Eggbutt is the next step if we need to fit the bit tighter or if we need some outside pressure to help steer the horse.
The Drop Cheek Lite is chosen if the horse is sticking the tongue out or over the bit or if the horse tries to grab onto and hold the bit.
The Racing Williams is chosen if the horse is too strong in the Loose Ring or Eggbutt and it is difficult to control their direction.
The Loose Ring T-Bar is a good starting cheekpiece for yearlings. This cheekpiece gives help with directing the horse as well as offering a fast release of pressure.
The Training cheekpiece is fixed and allows for good directional guidance and easy use of an opening rein.
Used when the bit needs to be fitted a little more snug.