Every bitfit session starts with a dental check. It is very important for the position and effect of a bit that the teeth are in order. The front part of the molars, the incisors and any wolf teeth will also be examined.
After the teeth have been checked, the lips, cheeks, tongue, bars, mucosa and palate are examined. It is also checked whether there are any wounds from the current bit or an old trauma.
During a bit fitting session, the current bit is checked for pressure, effect and size. It is also checked whether this bit still fits with the current training goals and expectations.
The current bridle is checked. The fit, size and pressure points are extensively examined.
Based on the findings and the test ride, a bit advice will follow that best suits the combination.