Slot race winner Tricia Aldridge likes the Dave Elliott Spur Up 04 NS medium shank with a three-piece twist and chain mouthpiece, pairing it with a chain curb to get instant reaction with control at speed.
2020 WPRA Rookie of the Year and 2018 BFA World Champion Paige Jones uses the versatile Professional’s Choice Pozzi Lifter in a medium shank three-piece to ride and run most of her horses.
A locked O-ring with a medium twist allows $4 million rider Troy Crumrine to let a light horse work during a run.
Kelsey Treharne uses the Flaharty Betty combo bit to bring a strong barrel horse back into her hands without being too harsh.
For more than a decade, 2x World Champion Barrel Racer Brittany Pozzi-Tonozzi has been working with Professional’s Choice to develop a line of hand-crafted bits that are effective for a variety of horses and riders.
National Finals Rodeo qualifier Cheyenne Wimberley rides KN Fabs Mist Of Fame in a Jim Edwards ball correctional port with a short sliding shank to keep the mare square yet soft while maintaining effective communication through the bit’s forgiving design.
The Petska chain port bit along with an L&W bonnet helps National Finals Rodeo qualifier Emily Miller Beisel keep her long-strided gelding Namgis D 33 (“Chongo”) balanced, low and collected around the turns.
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…
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.