National Finals Rodeo qualifier Cheyenne Wimberley was looking for a bit that could engage just as quickly as the speedy KN Fabs Mist Of Fame. The Ed Wright…
Two-time WPRA world champion Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi found consistency and control for Babe On The Chase with the L&W Bits steel nose combination.
Two barrel horse trainers and breeders share what makes their equine facilities safe, efficient and convenient.
Trainer DaCota Monk discusses the L&W Mikey three-piece lifter he used on two-time futurity and slot race champion Famous Lemon Drop and how he transitioned into that bridle.
When checking your horse for saddle fit, you will remove the pad and set the saddle directly on the horse’s back. What you are looking for is an even fit from the withers down the back with even pressure from the gullet down the bars of the saddle.
National Finals Rodeo qualifier Shali Lord has everything she needs to effectively communicate with Freckles Ta Fame in the Neil Merrill medium shank three-piece twisted—lift, whoa, and a balanced feel with a quick response.
Barrel Horse News caught up with some of the best trainers in the business to discover their preferred progression in bits as colts evolve from new to the pattern to seasoned campaigners.
Five-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier Stevi Hillman runs “Sharpie” in a two-piece twist No Hit Bit to keep the gelding round throughout the turns.
No matter the mouthpiece, the Troy Flaharty medium shank lifter bit is a staple in leading breeder and trainer Bo Hill’s barn.