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Myler Bits English Dee with Hooks MB06

    Myler Bits English Dee with Hooks MB06
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    • center barrel provides independent side movement
    • low wide port
    • comfortable and kind to your horse

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    Myler Bits English Dee with Hooks MB06


    The Myler Bits English Dee with Hooks MB06 has a center barrel piece that allows the bit to have independent side movement. The low wide port provides ample room for the tongue. It is a D shaped ring with fixed attachment of the mouthpiece and slots "hooks" at the top and bottom of the ring for the bridle and rein attachment. There is a small hole behind the top slot for a curb chain. When the rein hook is used it is an indirect action bit. If the rein hook is not used it is direct action.

    Attaching the headstall to the top hook holds the bit in the correct position instead of allowing it to slide around the bridle cheeks. Attaching the reins to the hooks allows the rider to lift the cheek and use the Independent Side Movement of the mouthpiece. (if available). Using hooks does not add leverage.

    Click on "Tech Info" tab for more information, sizes.
    Stainless Steel 3 3/4" Dee with Hooks with Stainless Steel Mullen Barrel Low Port (MB 06, Level 2-3) Copper Inlay.

    The MB06 is the Myler alternative to the traditional mullen mouthpiece. It has a wider low port that allows the tongue to pass under the bit with comfort. The port is just high enough to allow the tongue to elevate and swallow, but not high enough for palate pressure.  The lower port does restrict the tongue more than other level 2-3 Myler mouthpieces. When the reins are engaged, the 06 applies pressure primarily to the bars and lips. This mouthpiece has Independent Side Movement.


    The addition of hooks to the cheek offers more versatility. Attaching the headstall to the top hook holds the bit in position instead of allowing it to slide around the bridle cheeks. Attaching the reins to the rein hooks allows the rider to lift the cheek.

    A curb chain or strap is recommended for ported mouthpieces.

    A Myler Level Two-Three horse could:

    • Have basic training and a solid disposition and good self control
    • Have advanced training but with a disposition that requires more control
    • Be overly bold, timid, excitable or have a tendency to spook
    • Be training in a discipline that requires tongue relief tempered with precise control
    • Be training for Endurance, Barrel Racing, Jumping or similar
    • Be ridden in a Level Two bit and showing resistance


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