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Molly Powell "Maximum Performance Series" Bit
Molly Powell "Maximum Performance Series" Bit
Molly Powell "Maximum Performance Series" Bit
Molly Powell "Maximum Performance Series" Bit
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Molly Powell "Maximum Performance Series" Bit

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7" cheek, 5" mouth. Designed for the middle aged competition horse with 1" gag action and no-pinch ball hinge.

Chain: Mouthpiece works wonderfully on a horse that may reject a port or snaffle. Allows you to pull on a horse in a turn and his mouth won't get hard or dull because the chain seems to keep a horse fresh with the right amount of draw on the shanks. Great feeling bit with minimum control. 

Ported Chain: 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.

Broken Port: Helps you gain rate and turn on a hard running horse because of the medium to maximum control. I like this bit for running advanced horses on bigger patterns where I need to be able to rate them for a turn. Gain confidence in your turns on a horse that has not been turning well.

Twisted Dog Bone: 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.