308 Molly Powell Maximum Performance Series
Large Chain Mouth
7″ Cheeks 5 1/4″ Mouth
This bit is designed for the middle aged competition horse. 1″ gag action with the new “no pinch” ball hinge. The chain mouthpiece works wonderfully on a horse that may reject a port or snaffle. This bit allows you to pull on a horse in a turn and his mouth won’t get hard or dull because the chain always seems to keep a horse “fresh”. It has just the right amount of draw on the shanks. This is a great feeling bit. Minimum control. Gorgeous floral silver overlay with red stone accent cheeks.
309 Molly Powell Maximum Performance Series
Large Ported Chain Mouth
7″ Cheeks, 5 1/4″ Mouth, 1 3/4″ Port
This bit is designed for the mature competition horse. 1″ gag action with the new “no pinch” ball hinge. Primarily used to lift head and shoulders for control in speed events. This bit gives you the option to pull on your horse a little more while asking him to turn a bigger pattern. It also adds to the willingness of the horse to use their hind end. Medium to Maximum Control. Gorgeous floral silver overlay with red stone accent cheeks.
310 Molly Powell Maximum Performance
Sweet Iron Broken Port
7” Cheeks 5 ½” Mouth Port 2”
This bit is designed for the middle age competition horse. 1” gag action with new “no pinch” ball hinge. This bit will help you to gain rate and turn in a hard running horse, while running advanced horses on the bigger patterns where I need to be able to rate them for a turn. This bit will help you to gain confidence in your turns for a horse that has not been turning well. Gorgeous floral silver overlay with red stone accent cheek.
311 Molly Powell Maximum Performance Series
3/8″ Twisted Sweet Iron Dog Bone
7″ Cheeks, 5″ Mouth
This bit is designed for the middle age competition horse. 1″ gag action with the new “no pinch” ball hinge. This bit works well on a horse who wants to shake his head when you pull on him. It will allow you to help a sensitive horse in the turn. Gorgeous floral silver overlay with red stone accent on cheek.
This line of bits was designed for the rookie competition horses and also those in training that are ready to move out of the ring snaffle bit. The curved smooth snaffle is for the horse that you are trying to build confidence and bend in. I would use this bit on a well broke and well-mannered horse.
The chain mouthpiece is a pleasing bit for most horses and encourages bend in a turn. Chain mouthpieces offer you the option of being able to handle your horse and keep his mouth fresh for other bits. Generally, horses keep a nice soft mouth in a chain bit like this.
⅜” Sweet Iron Twisted Snaffle
5” Cheeks 5 ¾” Mouth
The twisted wire snaffle mouthpiece in this bit will offer a little more feel than the smooth snaffle. If you have a horse that is stepping up his speed and needs a little help in his turns, this will be the bit you’ll love. I will use this on a horse that wants to be a little stiffer in his turns, as it will encourage bend. Most horses love this bit.
⅜” Twisted Sweet Iron Dogbone
5” Cheeks 5 ¾” Mouth
This is one of my favorite bits to use on my colts that are just getting into a shank bit. The threepiece mouth in this bit allows me to introduce the curb chain to my young horses and still keep them confident when I pull on them in the turns. If you ride young horses, you need this bit in your collection. It’s definitely one of my “go to” bits!
This bit is very versatile that works great on just about any horse. I will use this smooth mouthpiece on a horse that I want to be able to keep contact with in the turns. This is a great bit to help you get a good run going with a horse that wants to work.
The Money Maker chain bit is the bit that I use on a horse that isn’t happy with the snaffles. What I like about this chain bit is that I can pull on a horse in a turn and his mouth won’t get hard or dull because the chain always seems to keep a horse “fresh”. With just the right amount of draw on the shanks, this great feeling bit!
The Money Maker three-piece bit is a very versatile bit that works great on just about any horse. This is the bit I go to on a horse that wants to shake his head when I pull on him. This bit is one of my favorites because it will allow me to help a sensitive horse in the turn and bring out a money making run.
I love the way the Freshman bit works on my moderately aggressive horses that are sensitive and/or in their first years of competition. Horses accept this bit very well transitioning up in control from my “Rookie” bit. The chain mouth invites a great headset, while the short shank and curb chain provide just a little control to help make a great turn!