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Myler Sweet Iron Comfort Snaffle Bit with Wide Barrel Bit 89-11025

Myler Sweet Iron Comfort Snaffle Bit with Wide Barrel & Copper Inlay Mouth 89-11025
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List Price:$131.95
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Product Description

This comfort snaffle bit by Myler is a comfortable, gentle bit that's perfect for horses just beginning training. The comfort snaffle mouthpiece has a wide barrel and is a more comfortable alternative to single-jointed mouthpieces. The mouthpiece is made of sweet iron, which oxidizes and turns grey when it is exposed to moisture, releasing a sweet taste in the horse's mouth. The mouthpiece will naturally oxidize, or rust. Harmless to horses, its sweet taste promotes salivation.

Specifications:
  • Myler Level: Level 1
  • Shank: Stainless steel 7inch flat shank
  • Mouthpiece: MB02: 5" sweet iron comfort snaffle with wide barrel and copper inlay mouth
Myler Bit
YOUR HORSE:
  • Young or green, just beginning training, with a challenging disposition
  • Riding in a discipline that restricts bits to a single-jointed mouthpiece

THE BIT:
  • Rotates on the tongue to apply tongue pressure
  • Collapses to form a "U" instead of a "V," protecting the lips and bars from being pinched
  • Curves to allow more room for the tongue, protects the lips and bars from being pinched
  • Independent Side Movement on most mouthpieces
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