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2nd Generation Imus Comfort Gait Bit

Comfort Gait Bit

Lab-tested 100% free of lead and heavy metals

Made from domestically-sourced stainless steel and copper

Made In The USA

5 Year Warranty

Re-Engineered

$107.00

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Brenda Imus

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!  -More About Brenda Here

Imus 4-Beat® Elite

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

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  • Only 24 lbs fully rigged
  • Structurally Identical to the full leather version 
  • Oil and wax infused thread is used for the synthetic parts, offering durability and water and dirt resistance
  • $1,895  $1595 Till Feb 1st!

What do You Think About Riding Bareback?

Hi Brenda-

 

 I was wondering what you think about riding bareback?


 
I'm not keen on bareback riding. While it sounds all-natural and spiritually uplifting, the truth is that our seat bones tend to grind into the sensitive muscles on the horse's back as we follow its motion. If you don't think this is true, get on your hands and knees and haul a little child around on your back for a while. It hurts, and we have less rounded muscle to be poked into than most horses. Plus, no matter how good one rides, bareback is a less secure seat (you talk about the potential for losing your balance. . .and that potential is greater, bareback). Not only is this unnerving in itself for the horse, but any wrecks involving a person being thrown is not only dangerous for the person, but traumatizing for the horse.
 

 

Happy and smooth trails!
Brenda
 

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FAQ

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