Reinsman's Stride Right bit is quickly becoming a favorite due to its great versatility. No matter what style of riding or type of horse, this bit just seems to fit perfectly. From penners, cutters, and reiners, to trail riders and gaited horses, the Stride Right is easily accepted by all.The Copper Modified Billy Allen is a great all around mouthpiece and the perfect choice for a horse with a low palate. Reinsman's Modified Billy Allen has more mullen relief than the standard Billy Allen giving it an ergonomic fit resulting in soft and even pressure across the tongue, bars and lips. The center barrel has limited movement preventing the bit from scissoring down into the tongue or up into the palate, but has plenty of rotation.The copper increases salivation for a more supple mouth. And, the sharp looking 7" flat cheeks add the right amount of leverage. Combined with the Modified Billy Allen, it is easy to isolate each side of the horse's mouth for lift, bend, flex and collection. Reinsman's Golden Glide bushings further enhance the smoothness of the independent cheek movement allowing for more precise cues.This bit is very versatile, making this a great choice for any style of riding.Copper is a soft metal, check for signs of wear before each use.
This stainless steel 5" HBT shank with sweet iron ported barrel (MB 33, Level 3) bit has a copper inlay.This mouthpiece is made of polished sweet iron which naturally oxidizes or rusts. Harmless to horses, it has a sweet taste and promotes salivation.
5" Copper plated mouth, 2-3/4" O-Rings Eggbut Snaffle BitBy definition, a snaffle bit is a direct pull or direct action bit, meaning that when you are holding the reins in two hands atop your horse, you have direct contact with its mouth. Whatever you do with your hands, your horse should do. Most trainers will start a young horse in a snaffle to gain the framework it needs to transition to a curb bit. Such a foundation includes lateral flexion, collection, transitions, responsiveness to leg cues and more.An eggbutt snaffle is a bit commonly used for English riding, the name refers to the shape of the ring. It is designed to prevent pinching of the horse's mouth and works on the poll and bars of the mouth.
This black Korsteel Easy Fit Bit Guard is a great tool to use to protect your horse's lips from chafing or to prevent pinching by the bit rings.
Featuring a comfortable rounded design that keeps its shape, this doubled and stitched 5/8" curb strap is crafted from smooth, refined bridle leather with darkened edges for a classic look. Durable nickel plated hardware.
This Myler Bit has a 7" flat shank with a sweet iron forward tilt ported barrel (MB 36, Level 2-3) with a copper inlay.This mouthpiece is made of polished sweet iron which naturally oxidizes or rusts. Harmless to horses, it has a sweet taste and promotes salivation.
An improved version of one of the most popular mechanical hackamores ever made, this flat leather nose bit is excellent for horses that have natural rate and need only to be "keyed" to stay in tune with the rider.This bit is also a good choice for a novice rider.
This Weaver Leather D-Ring Rubber Covered Mouth Bit is chrome plated. The rings on this bit help prevent it from pulling through the horse's mouth. Often seen in the English discipline but also used in western riding, it is a mild bit great for starting or re-schooling a horse. It works on the bats, corners of the mouth, and tongue. This racing Dee is 5", has a rubber covered mouth, has 2-7/8" D-rings, and is lightweight.
The Sweet Iron Low Ported Barrel is a great mouthpiece for the horse that does not respond well to tongue pressure. The width of Reinsman's ported barrel provides plenty of room for the horse's tongue to pass underneath, and when engaged does not rotate onto the tongue. This bit works primarily off of bar and lip pressure with some poll and curb involvement.Sweet iron naturally rusts into a light patina creating a sweet taste for the horse, making the bit more acceptable and increasing salivation for a supple mouth.The 6" swept back cheeks make this bit fairly soft; and the combination of the ported barrel and the swiveling cheeks make it easy to isolate each side of the horse's mouth. Reinsman's Golden Glide bushings further enhance the smoothness of the independent cheek movement allowing for more precise cues.This style is preferred by reiners as a transition bit and by trail riders, but the versatility of this bit makes it a great choice for any style of riding.