Brazile: Why Bits Matter in the Box, and How to Choose One Wisely

In this month's Relentless Insights, 24-time World Champion Trevor Brazile breaks down how he chooses a bit that fits each horse.
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How your horse responds to each bit or bridle in the box is the key to knowing if that bit will work during the run, according to 24-time World Champion Cowboy Trevor Brazile. 

[Read More: Brazile's Bit Theory]

[LISTEN: The Score: Season 1, Episode 2 with Trevor Brazile]

"When I get a horse in to ride, I’ll take out two bits—a chain and a port," Brazile said in this month's edition of Relentless Insights, presented by Cactus Ropes. "I need to know what kind of bit each horse is most comfortable in in the box. A horse will tell you more in the box than he will anywhere in the run, and if a horse doesn’t score, then he’s no good to you anywhere else anyway. The box is where I address everything right off the bat." TRJ

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