Weymouth Fixed Low Port
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. For a bar and snaffle combination, a special bar and snaffle bridle is required or an extra cheek piece. In addition, this jawpiece must always be combined with a curb chain to prevent the bit from swinging. This bit is not suitable for the inexperienced rider. This mouthpiece is a rod with a low tongue arch. The bar gives light tongue freedom and ensures good pressure distribution on the layers. 

Sweet Iron
The Sweet Iron bits are made of steel and have a recognizable blue color. Sweet Iron develops surface rust through contact with (air) moisture that tastes sweet and stimulates the horse's saliva production in a natural way. This will cause the horse to foam more, which ensures better acceptance of the bit. This rusting process (oxidation) changes the blue color of the TRUST bits into brown-grey.

The bits of TRUST equestrian are traditionally Dutch. All bits are designed, developed and handmade in the Netherlands. A team of technical professionals works on the production every day. The bits are composed with the greatest care and made from the best materials. The quality control and standard are therefore very high. With every design, the balance between shape, material and weight is continuously taken into account. TRUST's bits are slightly curved so that they mold better to the horse's mouth. Due to this anatomical shape, the bit lies better in the mouth and the pressure is better distributed. Due to the wide choice of mouthpieces, jaw pieces and materials, TRUST strives to have a suitable bit for every horse.