7" Flat Shank with Med Port Mouthpiece.
This is a great bit for horses that tend to drop their front end in
front of a barrel. Mares are notorious for turning on the
front end. This bit will help hold them up and push them back
on their hip.
Shank MMB w/ 03 Mouth
Need a little more leverage to bring the horse
into the bit? This medium shank is a middle of the road shank,
but it's far from average. It will accomplish a lot without a
lot of hard work. This mouthpiece is good for horses who like
to push off, root or lug on the bit. Also, please note that
the type of resistance described here may be due to either dental
problems farther back in the mouth or tight muscles at the poll.
Keeping the rein up by the neck at the shoulder is the key to making
this bit work properly.
Medium Shank MMB with an 06 Mouth
We call this bit our "Dash For Cash". Good for
horses that are light in the face, but still need a lot of help
maintaining collection in the turns. Working without the
resentment of pressure, it will encourage a horse to engage his
hindquarters, which causes him to break over at the poll and allows
greater control of the shoulders. The rider's hands are important
with this bit. The inside rein must stay close to the horse's
shoulder in the turns in order to work properly. Called an indirect
rein, pull toward your belt buckle to finish the turn.
Long Shank MMB w/ 43 Mouth "Yes Ma'am"
Bit Does a lot for
horses that need a lot. It controls speed and keeps
shoulders picked up. Works well with front-ended
horses, as it holds the front end up and sets them back on
their hip. The rider's hands are important with this
bit' The inside rein must stay close to the horse's shoulder
in the turns in order for the mouthpiece to work properly.
Called an indirect rein, pull toward your belt buckle to
finish the turn. Our choice for young riders (or small
ladies) on big, stout horses. Definitely one of our
3 Ring Combination with Triple Barrel MP
Works well on horses that resent standard-type bits. They
show their displeasure by shaking their heads and refusing to
relax. The way pressure is distributed over the face causes
the horse to drop his head into the bit. The triple barrel
mouth lies softly across the tongue causing many horses to relax
and soften at the poll.
Use with or without the tie down.
Short Shank MMB with Sweet Iron
Low Port Comfort Snaffle Lynn
McKenzie Signature Series . This mouthpiece is made of
polished Sweet Iron which naturally oxidizes or rusts. Harmless to
horses, it has a sweet taste and promotes salivation.