The Reinsman Martha Josey Go Around Rope Nose Combo Bit is specially designed for barrel racing horses by the renowned Hall of Fame and World Champion barrel racer, Martha Josey. This bit features a rope noseband and a three-piece twisted wire dog bone mouthpiece with copper that keeps the horse's mouth moist. The twisted wire offers a slight bite for horses that tend to get heavy on the bridle. It comes with 7 1/2" shanks, making it a great option for enhancing flexibility. To ensure optimal performance and longevity, wipe or brush off debris after each use and check for damage before every use. The Reinsman Martha Josey Go Around Rope Nose Combo Bit is an excellent choice for those seeking a functional and well-designed bit for their barrel racing horse. Stage C bits are designed for equestrians and their horses who prefer neck reining. These bits are most suitable for horses that are responsive to pressure on their poll. They come equipped with solid mouthpieces and cheek attachments, as well as swivel cheeks with jointed mouthpieces or low to medium ports.The product number is 0113-000 and comes with a lfietime warranty.
Reinsman Bit Stages
Stage A= These bits are great for starting horses, training, or maintaining steady contact. Aspects include direct reining, non-leverage Loose Rings and Dee Rings with mouthpiece diameters 5/16” and over.
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.
Stage C =Horses who respond well to poll pressure are in Stage C. Features include solid mouthpieces and cheek attachments, and swivel cheeks with jointed mouthpieces or low to medium ports
Stage D =Stage D is about refinement, subtle cues and quick communication. Characteristics include increased leverage, more sophisticated mouthpieces, and may also incorporate higher ports.
Stage E =When your horse enters Stage E – he’s asking for some time with the Pros. Here tiny twists, very high ports, and highly complex mouthpieces are key components