With these three Tools of the Trade, clinician Craig Cameron feels like he can “work any horse, anywhere, anytime.”
Reining horse trainer, Casey Deary, went right for this “San Saba” square-ported bit when we asked him to show us his favorite Tool of the Trade.
Can feed be an important tool? Lari Dee Guy says, Yes! Always at the top of her sport, she credits staying competitive to what she keeps in her feed room.
When you head out to Phil Rapp’s arena, you’ll always find these bridles hanging on the wall, and we tend to think the Equi Stat all-time leading money-earning rider may know a thing or two about what equipment to use when training and showing cutting horses. Check out his Tools of the Trade.
If you missed our Facebook Live posting with Bob Loomis at Tom Balding Bits & Spurs, you can watch it here.
Two-time World Champion heeler Patrick Smith chooses the Tommy Blessing chain port for his go-to bit.
Traditional craftsmanship, family dedication and the legacy of G.S. Garcia gear have enabled this historic Nevada saddle shop to survive economic booms and busts for 80 years.