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SPRENGER Pferdesport 2016-17 EN

SPRENGER Katalog Pferdesport 2015 - 2016

9 1.1 SENSOGAN Optimal effects – unmatched look SENSOGAN has improved properties but also a new appearance. The white-gold colour gives the bit a discreet and elegant look and due to the improved material mix, SENSOGAN does not tarnish easily as the chewing activity of the horse is optimally supported. It is easy to care for and maintains its elegant appearance over a long time period. All SENSOGAN bits are marked with a black ring at the cheeks. On the following pages you will find SENSOGAN bits (quality codes 78 and 79) for all your individual needs and preferences. A wide range of our bit designs is now available in SENSOGAN. It is also possible to purchase many of the various mouthpieces with bit rings and cheeks made from stainless steel and Aurigan to ensure your bit matches your individual bridle design. Intensive research and development When it comes to developing and redesigning new models and products, we work closely together with a team of experts. It often takes months and years of research and testing to find positive results. As far as the development of SENSOGAN is concerned, the special challenge was to maintain the positive features of Aurigan and to intensify them. In collaboration with the Veterinary University of Medicine Hannover and the German Riding School in Warendorf this breakthrough was achieved and SENSOGAN was born. The scientifically proven tests showed without doubt the extremely positive effects of the new material. toxicologically tested high compatibility and exceptionally well tolerated easy to clean consistent flow of saliva 1.0 SNAFFLES AND WEYMOUTH BITS International Patent pending PCT/EP2013/076886 “The huge Sprenger range helps me find the right bit for every horse. The materials Aurigan and SENSOGAN are unique and effective since they are specially developed to be used in a horse’s mouth. This is why Sprenger bits are indispensable for me and my horses. You shouldn’t compromise when it comes to the very sensitive mouth of your horse – quality is what counts.” Helen Langehanenberg

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