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.
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.
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.
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.
The Johnson hack combination bit by Reinsman allows two-time world champion Hailey Kinsel to engage either the bit or the noseband at different points in the turn on DM Sissy Hayday.
Champion trainer and $1 million rider Brandon Cullins rides in the Shallow Creek clover bit to get lateral shoulder control on a horse that naturally rates and drags its hind end.
Ivy Saebens switched to a Troy Flaharty combination with a slow twist Billy Allen mouthpiece when KN Fabs Gift Of Fame started getting too pushy in her previous bridle.