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Myler Bit Features

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This distinctive curve creates more room for the tongue to pass under the bit so the horse can swallow more freely. Although level 1 mouthpieces have a more pronounced curve, all Myler mouthpieces are curved to some degree.


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The barrel in the center acts as a bushing, allowing each side of the bit to move independently of the other. When you lift one rein, only one side of the bit moves, giving the horse a very clear signal. Provides excellent shoulder control as well as lateral flexion.

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Myler Bit

Myler Bits

The "hooks" which are slots (English dee or eggbutt) or rings (Western dee) that keep the bridle fixed in place and create two rein positions. Attach the reins directly to the ring (a) for standard direct rein action or to the hook (b) to lift the cheek and use the Independent Side Movement, adding little to no leverage. The English dee and eggbutt also have a hole on the top of each cheek (c) cor a curb chain so you can transition from direct rein to indirect rein without changing the bit or increasing the leverage.


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The purchase of the cheekpiece moves independently of the shank so the purchase can flex when the shank moves, preventing it from digging into the horse's cheek when the reins are engaged. This feature is currently offered on the Parelli shank bits and the Myler combination bits.

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