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JIM'S FAMOUS ROPE GAG

The stiff yet flexible shanks are what make my gag bit so unique and unconventional. The rope's resistant body allows the...

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SOLID VS CORRECTIONAL BIT MOUTHPIECES

The correctional bit is a softer and slower than the solid mouthpieces. Here Jim explains why.

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A BIT'S MOUTHPIECE DESIGN AND ITS EFFECT

Jim explains how he made his bridle to protect the horses mouth and...

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POPULAR SLIDER MOUTHPIECE

Jim goes through his slider bridles and explains the correlation...

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BEHIND WESTERN BIT DESIGN

There is a lot more history, design, and development behind English...

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BRIDLE BIT PARTS

Jim explains what all the parts of the bit are called. For example, find out what the draft of a bit is.

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MY SOLID MOUTH PIECE BITS

Jim names his bridles for it to be easier for people to understand.

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CURB CHAINS

Jim prefers the leather curb strap. However, the large chain and leather...

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DIFFERENT BIT SHANK LENGTHS

Here Jim explains how the different length thanks that JE Bits ...

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TIMED VS. JUDGED EVEN

Judges events are based off of correctness/precision, willingness and..

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INSTINCT AND TRAINING

Horses are predator/prey animals. Jim explains how this natural instinct affects how..

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BITS AND THEIR PURPOSE

A fixed shank vs a unfixed shank(slider) and it's purpose

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COW HORSE CREEK BIT

The Cow Horse Creek is not named this way because it is made specific for the cow horse event.

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DENA KIRKPATRICK AND CASEY DEARY DISCUSS JIM EDWARDS BITS

Million dollar NRHA rider Casey Deary and Professional Barrel Horse Trainer Dena Kirkpatrick discuss how a bit's mouthpiece effects a horse's innate instinct to go to or push against pressure.