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The 10.5 inch cheek offers more control for a stronger horse. This bit is effective in lifting the horse's shoulders and keeping the horse round.
Great bit for the horse that leans on the bit. Twisted wire is more effective on the bars and lower port is mild on the palate.
Sweet iron mouthpiece is ideal for any horse and promotes salivation and relaxation.
The 10.5 inch cheek offers more control for a stronger horse. This cheek design is specifically designed for lifting and controlling the shoulders, rib cage, and hip to allow the rider to keep the horse elevated and round. Mouthpiece flexes in all directions and is light on the bars. The added center port provides tongue relief. Effective in lifting the head and shoulders, the Waterford links allow for independent rein action and the port encourages collection. Smooth, no pitch design conforms to the horse's mouth. Sweet iron mouthpiece is ideal for any horse and promotes salivation and relaxation.
This bit is well balanced with a copper covered cricket roller to help keep the busy mouthed horse occupied. With a great feel, it puts a lot of rate on the finished horse.
The Cruiser Dogbone mouthpiece has a soft, but effective feel. It works well on all types of horses.
The Barrel Racer Series (Twisted Three - Piece) - I designed this lightweight bit to work on most barrel horses. Many new comers to the sport are overwhemled by all the bits on the market I have found that this bit will work on a variety of horses and it feels comfortable in the rider's hands and the horses like it too. It is a great turning bit and a good stopper. The three- piece will give you a little more control if your horse is a little hard in the face. The shanks and the purchase are the same length this is great for collection.

7 1/2" Cheeks 5 1/2" Mouth
The Barrel Racer Series ( Smooth Snaffle Mouthpiece 7/16") - I designed this lightweight bit to work on most barrel horses. Many new comers to the sport are overwhelmed by all the bits on the market I have found that this bit will work on a variety of horses and it feels comfortable in the rider's hands and the horses like it too. It is a great turning bit and a good stopper. The smooth snaffle mouthpiece is curved for comfort, this bit does not have as much tongue pressure as the other barrel racer series bits and some horse like that better. The shanks and the purchase are the same length this is great for collection.
7 1/2" Cheek 5 1/2" Mouth

"No Seat, No Hands, No Bit, No Horse"

Every horse owner with help of a Equine dentist should look in their horses mouth to check for sharp edges,cuts and sores. Your horse's teeth should be worked on at least every six months.

Sliding Gag Bit (Ryan)
Our Price: $84.95
The Grasshopper Bit
Our Price: $84.95
Designed for better turning and stopping, and works well for all types of horses. The triple jointed mouthpiece is comfortable and will not pinch. Mouth 5 1/2”, Cheek 7”

"No Seat, No Hands, No Bit, No Horse"

Every horse owner with help of a Equine dentist should look in their horses mouth to check for sharp edges,cuts and sores. Your horse's teeth should be worked on at least every six months.

The popular Chappy Bit is back!
This is one of my most popular bits. IT is a good transition from the D-Ring Snaffle, allowing more stop and control. An excellent bit for introducing the curb strap. Good for a horse with a light mouth. This bit is well balanced and light weight. The purchase on this bit is the same length as the shanks this helps with collection. Great turning bit and a fair stopper.

Every horse owner with help of a Equine dentist should look in their horses mouth to check for sharp edges,cuts and sores. Your horse's teeth should be worked on at least every six months.

The bit everyone has been looking for is now back! The Grasshopper bit.
Woks well on all types of horses. The chain bit conforms to the horse's mouth and is a good transition from the D-Ring Snaffle, allowing more stop and control. Great for turning and stopping.

Every horse owner with help of a Equine dentist should look in their horses mouth to check for sharp edges,cuts and sores. Your horse's teeth should be worked on at least every six months.