Reinsman Martha Josey Million Dollar 5in Bit

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Reinsman Martha Josey Million Dollar 5in Bit


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Martha Josey Million Dollar 5in Bit
The Million Dollar bit has won a lot of money for many riders. This bit features a 3-piece twisted wire with dog bone snaffle mouthpiece; rope noseband to balance horse in the turn which distributes even pressure on nose, corners of mouth, bars, curb and poll. Equipped with a 5” shank.  This bit is one of our all-time proven favorites at the Josey Ranch. Use this bit for achieving the all-important flex you need from a well-balanced bit. Excellent bit for a horse that needs a little more control in the turns. Stainless steel 7" cheeks, blued steel 5" mouth.
  • 3-Piece twisted wire with dog bone snaffle mouthpiece
  • Rope noseband for balance evenly distributed pressure
  • Offers flex
  • Excellent for a horse that needs more control in turns
Item Specifications:
Stainless steel
Blued steel

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does this come with the bit guards?
A shopper on Apr 7, 2015
Best Answer: Yes and they do not come off. They are solid and you don't have to worry about them popping off
Reply · Report · Chloe J on Apr 8, 2015
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Hi would you use this bit in barrel racing or gymkana or what western division would you use it for?
A shopper on Feb 17, 2015
Best Answer: This bit is designed by Martha Josey, who is a barrel racer. With that said, this bit can be used by anyone who needs their horse to respond quickly. It applies pressure on the nose, chin, gum line, and crown. Because of that, you can be softer in the hands.
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