Bang Bang: Harrison's Wes Griffin Ported Snaffle


Wes Griffin Ported Snaffle

Courtesy Joseph Harrison

“It has a real good feel. It has a ton of release. For me, it’s important that when you turn loose of your reins, the bridle turns loose, too. That bridle has a ton of release in it. The way that mouthpiece sits, it’s kind of like a correction, but kind of like a chain port. It has solid bars, so it’s easier on their bars—not quite as bitey, but you still have a little bit of a chain port and a little bit of a correction in the same bridle.”

—Joseph Harrison

Three-time NFR qualifier

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Martin Saddlery Two Toned Roughout Roper Saddle

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