Bit-Switch: Understanding Head Horse Bit Progression
Brazile's guide to adjusting bits throughout a rope horse's training process.

Making a head horse is a years-long process, even for Trevor Brazile. In 2019, he told us what feel he wants in a 3-year-old, and what bit he uses to get it. 

Now, after a year of riding, Brazile talks through the ups and downs of the training process and how he’s adjusted bits accordingly. This video can give you a full blueprint for the bit-changing process many horse trainers and every day ropers encounter. 

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