These bits are selected by Ty Mitchell and Martha Josey that are used in the world famous Josey Schools and Clinics. Ty Mitchell is a Team Josey instructor who teaches Josey's winning strategy across the U.S. and at the ranch in Marshall, Texas. Use this bit for practice and slow work. Chain mouth prevents the horse from bracing on the bit. The extended gag action offers bend and flexion of the poll.
This bit offers riders more rate and lift for control. It can be used for tuning up for competition on an experienced horse. The chain mouth is a good option for horses that seem to dislike other mouth types.
This is a great choice for horses that need help picking up their shoulder. This shorter shank bit gives a moderate amount of "whoa." This 3 piece twisted wire mouth with the copper dog bone keeps the horse's attention without being too severe.
Great little bit for horses that are getting comfortable with leverage and curb pressure. The long gag action gives the horse time to react allowing them to move more freely. The short shank offers a light amount of "whoa" and should be used with a horse that respects the bit. This bit works well on horses that prefer a sweet iron mouth.
If you are looking for more control and help shaping up your horse for the turn then this is the bit you need. The longer shank gives you that added leverage needed for more control. The slide cheek piece enables you to shape your horse and help round him out in the turn. This bit would be for the intermediate to advanced level horse and is designed for competition.
Use this bit for practice and slow work. A good transition from an O-ring snaffle, or a sensitive or light mouthed horse. Gag action for bend and flex with long shanks for “whoa”.
The Tear Drop Bit is a lighter version of the Josey Short Shank Combination Bit, or Million Dollar Bit, and a step up from the O-Ring Combination Bit.
It features a 3-piece twisted wire, dog bone snaffle mouthpiece and a rope noseband with a tear drop shank. This bit offers bend, lift and moderate rate.
The Short Shank Combination bit has a new name, the Million Dollar Bit, because it has won so much money for so many riders.
This bit features a 3-piece twisted wire, dog bone snaffle mouthpiece and a rope noseband. Being well balanced, this bit helps you achieve that all-important flex you need. Equipped with a 7" shank, the Million Dollar Bit is ideal because pressure is evenly distributed on the nose, bars, and corners of the mouth, curb and poll.