A long row of bridles, reins, and bits hangs on the wall of a tack room. This important riding equipment allows the rider to control the horse. The bit, which is attached to the bridle, will be placed in the horse's mouth.
The heads of two dressage horses seem to float on a black background. Both horses are wearing dressage bits and bridles. A gray horse with a collected profile is in the foreground, while a chestnut horse with a large blaze relaxes in the background.
A black rotary tool, otherwise known as a Dremel, is photographed on a white background. A variety of different bits surround it. Depending upon the bit the craftsman uses, the rotary tool can be used to shape, sand, grind, or buff either metal or wood.