The Myler Dee Ring bit with hooks secures the attachment of the reins and the headstall and allows the horse bit to work like a leverage bit. When the reins are pulled upward and backward, the bit's mouthpiece rolls downward and backward into the horse's mouth while pulling downward on the poll.
The Myler forward tilt ported barrel works well with intermediate and finished horses. A good bit for bending or lifting a horse who gets behind the bridle. Good bit for stopping, works well for horses in need of a lot of tongue relief.
Level: Two, Three
Bit Design: A “D” shaped ring with attachment of the curved mouthpiece with upward curve and jointed barrel in center. Entire mouthpiece is tilted forward. Center tilted forward 1 1/4". 3/4" Port.
Myler Dee Ring provides direct action - applies same amount of rein pressure to the mouth. More direct signal than a Loose Ring. It will not pull through the mouth or pinch.
Downward pressure on bars.
Restrict and release.
Myler Independent Side Movement™.