Amy Coxon Gilliatt is pictured, riding Lionheart.We love to see Bombers Bits being featured in the media.

Recently, Sue Gilliatt’s daughters, twins Beth and Amy Coxon-Gilliatt, were victorious in the annual South African Junior Interprovincial Eventing Championships on South Africa’s Western Cape. The seventeen year olds placed first and second respectively; of course using Bombers bits! Their adventures were reported in the UK on Eventing Worldwide and in Pegasus magazine.

Meanwhile, Andrew Hoy wrote for Horse & Rider magazine on helping the horse that doesn’t yet trust the rein contact.

Pegasus magazine also covered the Titanium Double Bridle bits, online and in print.

There were also at least three horses that finished at Burghley Horse Trials, a notoriously tricky event in terms of the challenging XC course, in Bombers Bits. Kiwi Caroline Powell jumped in her DC Morgan, with her eye catching orange bit guards… Briton Francis Whittington had an amazing dressage (in his Ultra Comfy Lock Up) and also XC, but sadly got eliminated for a course error…

Caroline Powell riding On The Brash. Photo by Lorraine Porter lMeanwhile USA’s Liz Halliday, who rode in Bombers Bits in all three phases, and jumps in a Pelham McHardy, rode some storming rounds.


Left – Caroline Powell riding On The Brash. Photo by Lorraine Porter.

If you’re a retailer that works with a leading rider that uses Bombers Bits, do get in touch with content writer Kathy Carter (, who can help collate testimonials, stories and editorials to help promote the brand and also your store or site.