CULTURED COWBOY PRESENTS
Sharon Camarillo bits combine the nose and jaw pressure of a hackamore for rate and stop with gag action for lateral control and flex. The dropped noseband allows better balance and fit with a tie down without interference from a bit. The limited gag offers leverage to help a rider lift and balance the horse's shoulder while maintaining lateral control of the nose, neck and spine.
Jim Warner hackamores are well designed with medium plus leverage for good control and rate. No knots on the rope to gall a horses face. The nose floats well when you pull the shanks, but will not drop down to cut off the horse's wind. Swivel shanks give better flex.
Hodges Futurity bits
are designed with more lift for horses that are getting down in their front
shoulders. They retain good control while giving your horse all the flex
he needs to turn.