Vaughn Knudsen's horsemanship methods have been developed over a successful horse training career. Vaughn began his learning on his family's ranch in Nevada, learning from brothers Jim and Tom Dorrance. He has trained and shown many world champions in multiple disciplines, including reining, western riding, halter and western pleasure. He has also trained and coached a number of world champion youth riders.
Watch the Compass Horse Connector in action!
This green horse changes and improves as we watch him riding with the Compass Horse Connector.
A quick tutorial - how to use the Compass Snaffle Bit to create a soft, relaxed mouth and a responsive horse.
Tried out bit today. Excellent results!
It took a little while to get Marley (my horse) used to the feel of it and what he was feeling.
Once he had it he was super responsive, very light, and I had better control of his framework. I feel like I can manipulate him much better with it.
I am very excited to ride more with it.
Aaron Wilson - Minnesota
Great tool. Shortens time for training and communication without pressure.
Also creates feel & sensitivity without fear or intimidation.
Jessica Lott - Utah
As a dressage rider I am always working on relaxation with elasticity and suppleness in my horses.
The Compass Bit is a wonderful tool to help me achieve this in a way my horse understands,
Danielle Keoppen - Wisconsin
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Photo credit of Barrel Racer Jessica Lott using the Compass Snaffle Bit:
Derek Dowsett (435)668-1187 offtopicphoto.com