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Reinsman Sharon Camarillo Sweet Six - Sweet Iron Twisted Dog Bone Bit 767

#767 – Stage B

3” Cheeks 5 ½” Mouth

This bit is a great alternative to the traditional ring bit. Its creative design offers direct control for suppling and head set. The Sweet Six works off the corners of the lips, tongue and bars. The curb design allows an additional pressure area for control and education. Best used in the training process with split reins and chain curb. This bit can be complemented with a running or German martingale. Adjust to a neutral position with one wrinkle in the corner of the mouth.

The mouthpiece is made of sweet iron which will naturally rust into a light patina. The rust creates a sweet taste for the horse and makes the bit more acceptable and increases salivation for a supple mouth. Bit comes with the Sweet Six Curb Chain designed specifically to enhance the feel of the Sharon Camarillo Sweet Six bits. When the curb chain engages this design diffuses curb pressure more evenly, enhancing the feel of the Sweet Six design. The curb chain is the secret weapon that was only previously available to Sharon Camarillo Clinic participants.

Reinsman’s Handshake Promise is a lifetime bit warranty from craftsmanship defects: Our commitment to you is to build the highest quality products from the best materials. Reinsman bits are warrantied to be free of craftsmanship defects throughout its useful life.

Sharon Camarillo’s acclaimed workshops, Performance Horsemanship for Better Barrel Racing, have influenced students all over the world to enjoy the process of developing their equine partner, regardless of the discipline, to their personal potential. Her ability to evaluate, inspire and motivate has made Sharon Camarillo’s instructional books and DVD’s among the best sellers in the industry.

Sharon is a Multi-National Finals Rodeo qualifier, and one of only a few women to have been inducted into both the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame. As an international equine clinician and industry advocate Sharon’s career has encompassed many facets of the equestrian world and western lifestyle.