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Imus Comfort Gait Bit

Comfort Gait Bit

Don't trust the cheap imitations that loosen and break apart in horse's mouths. Go with the best!

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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!

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The Phoenix Legacy Cantle Bag is our flagship design for our new line of designer saddlebags. We have put a lot of thought, time and effort in achieving the exact look and quality we were going for. Who says cowgirls can't like the bling?!

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Can I Gait My Horse Too Much?
An older trainer told me that gaited horses should not be ridden in gait for more than five minutes or so at a time, because it’s too hard on their bodies. Is this true? My friends and I love to do a moderately fast gait for a couple of miles at a time, but I don’t want to do anything that will harm my wonderful Spotted Saddle Horse, Beau.

You can gait your horse at moderately fast speeds for much longer than five minutes at a time. Read More

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Imus 4-Beat Saddles

Imus 4-Beat Gaited Horse Saddle

Made In The USA

Unsurpassed Comfort & Quality Since 2003

Only $1495

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Light Weight Saddles!

The  Imus 4-Beat® E-Lite saddle offers all the quality and durability of the all-leather 4-Beat saddle, but at a much lighter weight , and price.

  • Only 21 lbs
  • Available in Western or Endurance models, with standard or wide trees
  • Wide range of seat sizes: 15", 16", 17"
  • Black, or brown

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Dealing With a Pokey Young Horse

Because I have to "push" him to get any forward momentum but then need to pull him back down once I get it because he breaks into a trot won't I be working against myself in instilling the gait in him? I have a really hard time getting this guy to collect as any contact with the bit seems to slow him too much or stop him all together.  Read More