TRUST is an innovative brand that addresses the needs of horses and riders. Ideas emerge together with riders at competitions, afterwards the concept is designed at the office in Oisterwijk, followed by the production of a first prototype. The brothers Teun and Bas van Riel are the brains behind the production of TRUST bits. South Canterbury Saddlery import these bits directly from Trust to ensure New Zealand riders have the best brands and innovators available to them from all around the world. ((Trust bits are not available in our SCS bit rental).
TRUST SWEET IRON
Sweet iron will rust when it comes into contact with (air) humidity; the surface rust tastes sweet and naturally stimulates the saliva production. This will cause the horse to salivate more which in turn encourages better acceptance of the bit. The rusting process (oxidation) changes the blue colour of the TRUST-bit to a brownish-grey. If a sweet iron bit is not used for a while, an orange-brown rust layer may develop on the mouthpiece. Simply remove this by wiping the bit with a damp cloth.
TRUST LEATHER BITS
The leather range of bits from Trust have been very popular. The core of the bit is made of reinforced nylon. The leather is stitched around this core and naturally tanned without chemicals. The horses saliva production softens the leather bit and makes it more pleasant for the horse. The flexible mechanism, in combination with the taste of the leather, makes these bit's particularly suitable for horses with a sensitive mouth.
TRUST INNO SENSE
The Inno Sense bits from Trust, come in three different models: soft, medium & hard. The mouthpieces are available in; flexi, mullen and port. Bits from the Inno Sense line can be used for all horses and particularly suitable for young horses and/or horses with a sensitive mouth. The synthetic material is FDA approved, which means the material does not contain plasticizers and is non-toxic to people and animals. In addition, the flexi- and mullen model of the Inno Sense Bits are solid because of the application of a core of stainless steel. With good riding practices, horses that are ridden with an Inno Sense bit should follow the hand easily and accept the bit smoothly.