With its "Made in Germany" quality and intense commitment to innovation and excellence, Herm Sprenger is the number one choice for many experienced equestrians. Since 1872 Herm Sprenger has manufactured superior horse bits, stirrups, and spurs and the improvement process continues to this day. Sprenger is serious about using only the finest raw materials and ensuring their suppliers meet the strictest standards. Over the years Sprenger has developed unique designs using special metal alloys that take into account the needs of the horse as well as the rider. Herm Sprenger's Sensogan and Aurigan bits are prized by dressage and hunter/jumper riders for their outstanding quality, performance, and beauty. Sprenger works closely with scientists, riders, and experts in horse anatomy to create the best bits possible.The KK Ultra bits, novocontact bits, and Dynamic RS bits all have unique attributes for specific circumstances. This high degree of specialization is appreciated by top riders like Charlotte Dujardin, Guenter Seidel, Ingrid Klimke, and Klaus Balkenhol.
Mary's Tack is pleased to offer a comprehensive collection of Herm Sprenger bits in Dee, Full Cheek, Loose Ring, Bradoon, Pelham, and Weymouth styles. We also have Herm Sprenger stirrups like the Bow Balance and 4-Jointed Iron with Offset Eye that offer the rider better balance, safety, and competitive performance. Sprenger spurs are very popular at Mary's Tack, especially the Ultra Fit and Ultra Fit Grip Spurs for men and women. Our superstore in Del Mar, California, is the place where many world-class equestrians (we won't name drop!) come to find the Herm Sprenger products for their competitive needs. At marystack.com, you can shop where the pros do, at the tack store they know and trust to stock the best products at the best price. Shop Mary's for Herm Sprenger brushes and Diamond Paste to keep your Sprenger bits clean and shiny. Experience the difference that Herm Sprenger's German manufactured exclusive bits, stirrups and spurs can make for you and your horse.