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Myler Loose Ring French Link MB 10

Myler Loose Ring French Link MB 10


 
Our Price: $105.95


Product Code: TL_89-28104

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Myler Stainless Steel Loose Ring, MB 10 French Link, Level 1

The MB 10 is a more comfortable Myler version of the traditional French link mouthpiece. It has a smaller link with a flatter contour which allows the tongue more freedom in the mouth and minimizes interference with the palate. Although it lacks the benefits of a “true” Myler mouthpiece, it has a distinctive curve so the bars of the bit wrap around the horse’s bar and lips which make the bit more comfortable.

  • NO Independent Side Movement
  • Stainless Steel Mouthpiece
  • Curved Mouthpiece
  • Copper Inlay
  • USEF, FEI, and USEA Dressage Legal 2019. Consult rulebook for more information.

Notes: The MB 10 disperses pressure over the tongue similarly to the MB 02, but does not offer the Independent Side Movement™ of a true Myler mouthpiece. Popular with riders who are more comfortable with a traditional design, but we recommend that you try the MB 01, 02, or 03 to get the full benefit of Myler features. For more tongue relief, step up to the MB 04.

The loose ring is a simple stainless steel "O" shape where both the bridle and mouthpiece have no fixed point of attachment but slide freely around the ring. The loose ring allows a lot of play as the mouthpiece slides freely around the ring.

Size: 3" ring

Action: Direct

Discipline: English or Western

Notes: The loose ring is generally considered one of the most non-interfering cheek pieces because the mouthpiece slides freely around the ring. However the play in the mouthpiece can make it difficult for a horse to find your hands as the mouthpiece is in continual motion. The movement of the mouthpiece can also exaggerate or create a busy mouth in young or anxious horses. It is best suited for more advanced horses fully schooled in leg and seat aids as well as rein aids.


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