Imus Comfort Gait Bit
Don't trust the cheap imitations that loosen and break apart in horse's mouths. Go with the best!
5 Year Warranty
This site is dedicated to Brenda Imus- who dedicated her life to her family and friends, as well as to her enormous gaited horse family. She will always be missed!
Light Weight Saddles!
What's New with the 2nd Generation Imus Comfort Gait Bit?
We are often asked to clarify what exactly we improved about the Imus Line of Bits
- They are now precision engineered and made in the USA with the highest quality material available
- Re-engineered internal workings to strengthen working parts and facilitate the smoothest movement.
Gait Training Videos
The gait spectrum explained in detail along with video footage of different gaits in regular and slow motion. Includes the running walk, fox trot, pace, step-pace, walk and trot. Excerpted from the Gaits from God 3 DVD Set available at HERE
Gaited horses require an unusual degree of freedom of movement from front-to-back. This presents a variety of challenges when fitting a gaited horse. Brenda Imus discusses gaited horse conformation, different types of saddle trees, and how equitation affects your horse's movement. Discusses features of the Imus 4-Beat ® Saddle.
What's New with the Imus 4-Beat® Saddle?
We're often asked to speak of the quality of our current Imus 4-Beat Saddle® as they have had several changes of manufacturer over the years, and just as many peaks and valleys in regards to quality.
I'm extremely proud of the quality of our saddles.
Fitting Gaited Horses Is An Art!
If you were going on a long hike, carrying a heavy backpack, what would you prefer to wear on your feet: wooden shoes, or well-made, flexible soled hiking boots with padding for the soles of your feet? Since the answer to this question is so obvious, I can't help but wonder why so many of use took so very long to realize the same principle holds true for our horses . . .
Imus 4-Beat Saddles
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