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Our coaches break down everything you need to know about barrel racing bits. Learn why Jordon Briggs uses a ported bit on some of her 4-year-olds, the difference between training bits and running bits from Sharin Hall, and more!
Shali Lord shows us a few of her favorite bits for barrel racing and explains how they work.
Shali Lord talks about several of the favorite bits.
Kelly Yates shares how her family has positively impacted her professional career.
Kelly Yates shows us a few of her favoriate competition bits and discusses how each one works to suit different styles of horses.
Justin Briggs discusses how he progresses from riding colts in a halter through to the snaffle and curb bits, as well as discussing the bits he uses when heading and heeling on Rollo.
Horseman Justin Briggs shows the typical progression of his program as he introduces a 3yearold Mr Cinnamon Roll x Dash Ta Fame to the curb bit.
NFR qualifier Ivy Saebens walks us through her tack room and talks about the bits that fit her hands the best and why, as well as which ones she uses to help JLo stay sharp and compete optimally.
Jordon Briggs talks about several of her favorite bits that she runs and trains in and how each functions.
Learn about different barrel racing bits and what Jane Melby likes to use with her barrel horses.
Jane has her students walk the third and final barrel on foot so that they know their path.
Futurity trainer Andre Coelho talks about the bits he prefers to use for training and competition and why he prefers them.
From her love of ported bits to her snaffle preferences, Cheyenne Wimberley invites us into her expansive tack room to take a look at which tools she likes the best and why.
Two-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier Carley Cervi shows us her preferred bits, how they function, which bits she regards as must-haves and when to use leather or chain curbs and why.