Sweet iron develops surface rust through contact with (air) humidity that tastes sweet and stimulates the production of saliva in a natural way. This will cause the horse to foam more, which ensures better acceptance of the bit. This rusting process changes the blue color to a brown / gray color, this is completely normal and the purpose of the bit. If the bit is not used for a while, an orange / brown rust layer is created. This is easy to polish with a damp cloth.
A waterford mouthpiece consists of a series of rounded links. It is a flexible bit that molds to the horse's mouth and creates an even pressure. It can move in all directions making it difficult for the horse to grasp the bit so that the rider maintains proper control. This bit is not suitable for inexperienced riders. In soft hands this mouthpiece is friendly but with a hard hand the bit can be sharp.
Hackamore combi short
This jaw piece is a combination of a hackamore with a bit. The hackamore combi is a jaw piece with leverage and gives pressure on the nose, chin and in the mouth. The longer the scissors of the hackamore, the stronger the effect. These bits are often used on very enthusiastic horses in the course. Due to the leverage, this is a fairly sharp bit and therefore not suitable for the inexperienced rider.