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Details make the difference and we will always prove our point with science. Fager is a modern brand taking bit developing to the next level. Fager bits work with pressure points to divide the pressure where your horse feels the most comfortable. Every design is developed with a type of horse in mind. We are turning old knowledge to the edge; Why put a thick and heavy bit inside your horse mouth when you can use a lighter option that takes up less space? Our bits are designed and developed together with veterinarians.



Horses today do not look the same as 50 years ago. We want them to be quicker, to respond faster and to be more alert to our aids.


Horses are more sensitive than ever before. We must adapt and help them be the best they can be.


The pressure from the bit will always be there; if you take some pressure away from one point - there will be more on another point.


Everything needs to be taken into consideration when developing new designs.




When you choose Fager, we promise you quality from day one.


We stand behind our products and guarantee you will be happy for many years after purchasing a product from us.


Any problem will be solved quickly and easily. You will never have to worry about being unsatisfied with the quality of our products.

We will never let that happen.



We have seen severe damage to the bars and palate due to long centerpieces.


When the joints are placed on top of the bars and pressure is applied together with the friction from left and right rein, you can imagine how uneven the pressure will be.

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For many years we were told thinner bits were sharper than thicker bits due to the pressure on a smaller surface.


What we have seen, and also measure, is that thinner bars and joints add more freedom inside the mouth without locking the tongue.


A thicker bit is not only wider, it is also higher. The upper bar will press it down on the lower bar with more pressure than a thinner bit will create thus giving constant pressure to one spot.

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