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Myler Combination Bits 3 Ring MB02
Myler Combination Bits 3 Ring MB02


 
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Myler Combination Bits 3 Ring MB02


The Myler Combination Bits 3 Ring MB02 has 3 rings to choose where to attach reins. It is a hybrid of a ring bit, shank bit and Hackamore. The Myler Combination Bit synchronizes the pressure applied to nose, chin and poll. By simply changing the noseband/chin strap adjustment, the rider can control how much pressure the mouthpiece applies and to what degree the nose, chin, and poll are engaged.

The mouthpiece floats on the ring and the noseband and chin strap remain stationary until the reins are engaged.

The Combination Bit is applicable across a wide range of horses. It works well for young or green horses but can also be used on older horses being retrained to a new sport or for horses competing in events that require speed, agility and maneuverability such as:

  • barrel racing
  • cross country
  • jumping
  • endurance
  • mounted shooting

Myler Bit Level 1

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Love my new bit March 14, 2015
Reviewer: JD from San Jose, CA United States  
I was looking for something for arena riding that would provide more correction and balance than a simple french link snaffle, and less severity than a kimberwicke.  This bit fits the bill.  It took a couple of rides to get used to it, but I love that it has a ton of pre-signal with the hackamore/noseband, and yet has a very gentle snaffle mouthpiece. It is so easy to get my horse to drop onto the bit now - she really likes it!  Plus, on the lower rings, there is enough stop for me to use it on the trail.  No more switching bits for trail versus arena - this bit seems to be able to do it all.

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