Myler Ported Barrel Eggbutt with Hooks 30 33

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Myler Ported Barrel Eggbutt with Hooks 30 33
The Myler ported barrel eggbutt with slots has a curved mouthpiece with 1 1/4" port and centre barrel for independent side movement. The 30 33 is a Myler bit designed for a a well schooled horse, having a direct action, putting downward pressure on top of bars. This Myler bit does not collapse and does not use tongue pressure. The ported barrel eggbut is a Myler bit useful for polite horses with big or damaged tongues due to the lack of tongue pressure. The 30 cheek is an eggbutt style cheek but with slots for the reins and cheek pieces to go through. This gives this Myler bit the ability to apply a little poll pressure and there are also two small holes to accept hooks for a curb chain if required. The Myler eggbutt with slots is a very versatile bit and gives a much clearer action and release than traditional bits, which results in the horse understanding the rider more quickly and consistently.
Myler eggbutt with hooks ported barrel 30 33 features:
  • Curved mouthpiece with 1 1/4" port and centre barrel for Independent Side Movement
  • Direct action bit, puts downward pressure on top of bars. No collapse, no tongue pressure
  • Black and white action due to the slotted eggbutt cheek allows the rider and horse far better communication
  • Suitable for really well-mannered finished horses
  • Myler level: 3
  • Bit strength: fairly mild
  • Myler Low Ported Barrel Narrow Eggbutt with Hooks 30 43

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    Myler Low Ported Barrel Narrow Eggbutt with Hooks 30 43
    The Myler low ported barrel narrow eggbutt with hooks features a solid curved mouthpiece with 1" port with centre barrel for independent side movement. The 30 43 gives lots of tongue room and will not collapse but will roll down onto tongue when horse's head is out in front. The 30 cheek is an eggbutt style cheek but with slots for the reins and cheek pieces to go through. This gives this Myler bit the ability to apply a little poll pressure and there are also two small holes to accept hooks for a curb chain if required. The Myler eggbutt with slots is a very versatile bit and gives a much clearer action and release than traditional bits, which results in the horse understanding the rider more quickly and consistently.
    Myler eggbutt with hooks low ported barrel narrow 30 43 features:
  • Solid curved mouthpiece with 1" port with centre barrel for Independent Side Movement
  • Gives lots of tongue room and will not collapse but will roll down onto tongue when horse's head is out in front
  • Black and white action due to the slotted eggbutt cheek allows the rider and horse far better communication
  • Good for the strong, keen horse who tends to put his head out in front
  • Myler level: 2-3
  • Bit strength: moderate
  • Myler Comfort Snaffle Wide Barrel Eggbutt Without Hooks 29 02

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    Myler Comfort Snaffle Wide Barrel Eggbutt Without Hooks 29 02
    The Myler comfort snaffle wide barrel eggbutt without hooks is a comfort version of the french link mouthpiece of traditional bits. The 29 02 does not pinch like conventional bits can, and wraps around without the nutcracker action, also allowing independent side movement.
    Ideal for horses that normally work in a Myler 02, 04 or similar to use during a dressage test so the feel is as close as possible to their usual training bit.
    Myler comfort snaffle wide barrel eggbutt without hooks 29 02 features:
  • Puts smooth pressure using the central barrel across the centre of the tongue and collapses to wrap outer lip and bar
  • One of the most popular dressage legal Myler bits
  • Myler level: 1
  • Bit strength: mild-moderate
  • Myler Short Shank Combination Low Port Comfort Snaffle 33 04

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    Myler Short Shank Combination Low Port Comfort Snaffle 33 04
    The Myler short shank combination with low port comfort snaffle mouthpiece is the most popular Myler combination bit. The 33 04 uses the comfort snaffle mouthpiece which acts on tongue and corners of the bars, gently wrapping lips, but the port gives more tongue relief when the bit is not engaged by the rider. Myler combination bits are often misunderstood and thought to be severe. The action of a Myler combination is to use up to 5 pressure points on the horses head as opposed to one or two that most conventional bits work on. This means the combination will give the rider superior control, without using excessive force in any one place which results in a much more relaxed and comfortable horse. Myler combinations can be useful to school horses in when they are normally ridden in a double bridle, as it encourages self carriage and natural lightness.
    Myler low port comfort snaffle short shank combination bit 33 04 features:
  • Acts on tongue and corners of the bars, gently wrapping lips, but the port gives more tongue relief when the bit is not engaged by the rider
  • Gives gentle but effective control
  • The 04 mouthpiece is good for most horses that have no specific vices
  • Myler level: 2
  • Bit strength: moderate-strong
  • Myler Long Shank Combination Low Port Comfort Snaffle 32 04

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    Myler Long Shank Combination Low Port Comfort Snaffle 32 04

    The Myler long shank combination with low port comfort snaffle mouthpiece is similar in action to the short shank combination, but with the benefit of extra leverage for stronger horses. The 32 04 uses the comfort snaffle mouthpiece which acts on tongue and corners of the bars, gently wrapping lips, but the port gives more tongue relief when the bit is not engaged by the rider. Myler combination bits are often misunderstood and thought to be severe. The action of a Myler combination is to use up to 5 pressure points on the horses head as opposed to one or two that most conventional bits work on. This means the combination will give the rider superior control, without using excessive force in any one place which results in a much more relaxed and comfortable horse. Myler combinations can be useful to school horses in when they are normally ridden in a double bridle, as it encourages self carriage and natural lightness.

    Myler low port comfort snaffle long shank combination bit 32 04 features:
  • Acts on tongue and corners of the bars, gently wrapping lips, but the port gives more tongue relief when the bit is not engaged by the rider
  • Gives gentle but effective control, the long shank should be used sympathetically though due to the leverage it can impose
  • The 04 mouthpiece is good for most horses that have no specific vices
  • Myler level: 2
  • Bit strength: strong
  • Myler Mullen Barrel Hanging Cheek 41 32

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    Myler Mullen Barrel Hanging Cheek 41 32

    The mullen barrel hanging cheek myler bit has a Curved mullen mouthpiece with a centre barrel for independent side movement. The 41 32 applies pressure across the tongue, but curves to meet the lips and bars at a sympathetic angle. This is a good choice for the intermediate horse. With the strength of the solid Mullen Mouth, this bit encourages the horse to break at the poll, but keeps him from getting behind the bit, or inverting. Ideal for horses that normally work in a Myler to use during a dressage test so the feel is as close as possible to their usual training bit. Hanging cheek gives a little poll pressure to encourage a rounder outline. The Myler mullen barrel hanging cheek snaffle is a good choice for the intermediate horse. With the strength of the solid Mullen Mouth, this Myler filet baucher bit encourages the horse to break at the poll, but keeps him from getting behind the bit, or inverting. Ideal for horses that normally work in a non dressage legal Myler to use during a dressage test so the feel is as close as possible to their usual training bit. Hanging cheeks give a little poll pressure to encourage a rounder outline. The Myler 41 32 is an ideal bit for horses that normally work in a fixed Myler mouthpiece to do a dressage test in as the hanging cheek gives a closer action to the slotted eggbutt than the plain eggbutt cheeks

    Myler mullen barrel hanging cheek 41 32 features:
  • Applies pressure across the tongue, but curves to meet the lips and bars at a sympathetic angle
  • Curved mullen mouthpiece with centre barrel for independent side movement
  • Ideal for horses that need a dressage legal Myler with poll pressure
  • Myler level: 2
  • Bit strength: fairly mild
  • Myler Correctional Ported Barrel Short Shank Combination Bit 33 42

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    Myler Correctional Ported Barrel Short Shank Combination Bit 33 42
    The Myler correctional ported barrel on an eggbutt with hooks cheek, is also known as an MB 41 PB mouthpiece. The 33 42 has a curved mouthpiece with upward and forward bend, two hinges and centre piece with barrel for independent side movement. There is no restriction in degree of collapse in the mouth. The correctional ported barrel offers lots of tongue relief when the horse is relaxed and obedient, but will put downward pressure on top of bars when activated, followed by downward pressure on top of tongue and inward collapse on bars. The correctional ported barrel is good for a strong horse with his head down low or into his chest. It encourages the horse up into bridle, and is an ideal bit for a horse that tends to bear down and become strong, or overbend. Myler combination bits are often misunderstood and thought to be severe. The action of a Myler combination is to use up to 5 pressure points on the horses head as opposed to one or two that most conventional bits work on. This means the combination will give the rider superior control, without using excessive force in any one place which results in a much more relaxed and comfortable horse. Myler combinations can be useful to school horses in when they are normally ridden in a double bridle, as it encourages self carriage and natural lightness.
    Correctional ported barrel short shank combination bit 33 42 features:
  • Curved mouthpiece with upward and forward bend, two hinges and centre piece with barrel
  • Offers tongue relief, but exerts downward pressure on top of the bars followed by by tongue pressure and collapse when the horse evades
  • Ideal bit for a horse that tends to bear down and become strong, or overbends
  • Myler level: 2-3
  • Bit strength: moderate-strong