In this video we look at one of the most misunderstood and useful styles of bit, the correction bit. We also go in depth describing the differences between the action of single and double jointed mouthpieces and how they affect the mouth when used. By the way, I misspelled "pallet". It is correctly spelled "palate". My bad, worrying about too many things and going too quickly.
Boyd Rice is a living legend in the National Cutting Horse Assoc. (NCHA) and the National Reined Cow Horse Assoc. (NRCHA). Boyd Rice talks about the bits that he uses and how he progresses a horse from the snaffle to the correction and finally a show bit. Boyd is a multiple champion including the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity, World's Greatest Horseman, NCHA Super Stakes and the NCHA Derby. Boyd Rice uses Kerry Kelley Bits. www.KerryKellySpurs.com