This Myler bit has a 3 3/4" 'D' shaped ring with a fixed attachment of the mouthpiece. The mouthpiece, a stainless steel comfort snaffle, has a copper roller in the center. This is a nice alternative to the Snaffle or Bristol mouthpiece. The Myler's Independent Side Movement allows a rider to isolate one side of the horse and lift the shoulder. Working off the tongue and bars, this Myler bit is a good choice for young horses learning to bend and balance. The copper roller encourages a horse to play with the bit and relax their lower jaw.
Bit Design:A “D” shaped ring with fixed attachment of the curved mouthpiece with a 1 1/4 inch jointed center barrel with copper roller.
Direct action - applies same amount of rein pressure to the mouth. More direct signal than Loose Ring. Will not pull through the mouth or pinch.
Roller appeases busy-mouthed horses.
Pinch and restrict.
Collapses on bars.
Independent Side Movement.