Josey-Mitchell Gooseneck Go Around Bit

Josey-Mitchell Gooseneck Go Around Bit

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Style #: 0119-2000

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  • Reinsman
  • Developed by Martha Josey
  • Josey-Mitchell
  • 81/2 Inch Cheeks
  • 51/2 Inch Mouth
  • Copper Wrap Dog Bone
  • 0119-2000

 

Stops on the shanks help the mouthpiece stay in place for the right amount of gag action.  Longer shank increases leverage for added control.  3 piece mouth offers additional leverage to the corners of the mouth to provide a more responsive feel.

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. 

The large ring at the top of the bit will be your headstall ring.  Then off the back of the headstall ring is the curb chain ring.  This design sits the curb slightly higher up on the jaw.  The small ring on the purchase just below the headstall ring is intended as the stop for the slide of the mouthpiece.  This is not intended for curb attachment.  The lower ring will be your rein connection ring.  Make sure to use this bit with a curb chain or strap to prevent the shanks from twisting beyond a 45 degree angle when engaged. 

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Great bit for barrels

my 10-year-old daughter is loving this bit on her horse

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