The Bit Stages system helps horse owners narrow their focus from Reinsman’s large selection of bits to the right bit for their situation. Reinsman’s Bit Stages approach focuses on the horse and rider in their specific situation, as different events and circumstances call for different bit choices.
Stage B: Moving from Direct Reining to Neck Reining? Stage B is all about transition, with the introduction of leverage and curb pressure. Short shanked bits and half-gags comprise Stage B.
One of the most popular shanks for training when leaving the ring snaffle and applying some curb pressure. Mouthpiece bends over the bars at a greater angle than a solid or two-piece mouthpiece, allowing contact to new nerves for better control. Copper roller can help calm a nervous horse and add some light tongue pressure for a better head set.
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