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Myler® Horse Bit Eggbutt Snaffle

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Myler® Eggbutt Snaffle English Horse Bit

The Comfort Snaffle Myler Eggbutt Snaffle Bit comes in regular snaffle bit and also copper roller or three piece mouthpiece options. Myler offers their own touch to the traditional three piece snaffle bit mouthpieces. With the Myler Egg butt snaffle horse bits when the rider engages the horse bit the bit's mouthpiece rotates fully onto the horse's tongue and this applies the necessary tongue pressure and this applies some poll pressure as well... The result is the horse will give and or break at the poll pressure. The Myler Eggbutt Snaffle Bit are Ergonomic in design and made of Stainless Steel and or Copper and have Traditional Eggbutt Cheek Piece without Hooks and Copper Inlay on Inside of Bit's Mouthpiece Bars to Encourage Salivation. The Bars of this horse egg butt horse bit are Shaped in Pronounced Curve to Allow Comfortable Swallowing Myler Eggbutt horse bits have unique curved mouthpiece bars and all Myler bits are ergonomically designed to accommodate the natural anatomy of the horse's mouth. Additionally the Myler horse bits run wider as compared to standard horse bits. The shape of these bits means the mouthpiece wraps around the bars and lips of the horses mouth and will not pinch when the mouthpiece rotates onto the tongue. This curved design additional space for the horse's tongue to rest comfortably under the bit; allowing the horse to comfortably swallow when the reins are not engaged. The barrel piece in the center of the bit is same width as the bars of the mouthpiece. This means even distribution and application of the same amount of pressure on the horses tongue. The Myler wide barrel Eggbutt bit distributes pressure and also uses the Independent Side Movement of the Myler bits to allow riders to pick up horses shoulders and derive lateral movements. Independent Side Movement the keystone of the Myler Horse Bits. The barrel at the center of the mouthpiece is not a roller, but rather a bushing that allows each side of the bit to move independently of the other so that when the rider engages one rein on a fixed rein using a Myler bit with Independent Side Movement the rider lifts only one side of the bit and this gives the an exact signal to the horse. Ron Myler, Bob Myler and Dale Myler are all horseman and have ridden . They make handmade bits as well and are fixtures at the snaffle bit futurity. the Myler Toklat bits are an affordable option with all the features of the hand made bits. Ron Myler will say the Myler bit was designed as a communication tool between the horse and rider. To communicate with the horse effectively the horse rider needs a horse bit which allows the horse to be relaxed. That is the cornerstone of the Myler Bitting System; the basic tongue relief that distributes tongue pressure evenly. The Myler's mouthpiece designs gives the rider the options of varying degrees of tongue relief for the horse depending on his level of training and bit acceptance. These degrees are the Myler "Level's" noted for each bit. The Myler Eggbutt horse bits come in Level 1, Level 1-2 and offer tongue relief to your horse. It is considered one of the mildest Myler Horse Bits.

Myler Horse Bit Levels:

LEVEL 1 MYLER HORSE BITS - Myler mouthpiece designs correspond to four different levels based on the horse’s behavior and experience, starting with Level 1 for greener horses and moving up to Level 3 for more advanced work.

Level 1: Myler Bit Action – The horse bit rotates onto the horses tongue to apply tongue pressure and collapses back while preventing the horses lips and bars from being pinched. The bit curves to allow more room for the tongue and then the Myler bit has Independent side movement on most mouthpieces. Some of these bits have a barrel in the center of the bit that allows each side of the bit to move independently. This provides the horse a very clear signal when one rein or the other is lifted for contact. This bits help to finish the horse and assists with shoulder control and lateral flexion. Level one Myler Bits are best suited for young colts or green horses. Level one bits are perfect for horses just beginning training. This horse bit is for horses that may have a challenging disposition or riding in a discipline that restricts bits to a single jointed bit mouthpiece.

LEVEL 2 MYLER HORSE BITS

Level 2: Myler Bit Action - Offers the horse tongue relief through small ports or flexible mouthpiece. This horse bit rotates on the horses tongue for some tongue pressure yet the bit still collapses while preventing the lips and bars from being pinched. The bit had the Myler Independent Side Movement on most Myler mouth pieces. Some of these bits have a barrel in the center of the bit that allows each side of the bit to move independently. This provides the horse a very clear signal when one rein or the other is lifted for contact. The Level 2 Myler Bit is Best Suited for Young or green horses that are just beginning training with a steady disposition. The bit is good for older horses and beginning training for a new discipline or retraining the horse after time off or advancing after training in a Myler Level 1 Horse Bit and horse is beginning to showing bit resistance.

LEVEL 2-3 MYLE HORSE BIT

These Myler Bits are ported and offering more tongue relief than a Level 1 or 2 mouthpiece. Level 2-3 Myler Bits may have correctional mouthpieces which apply some tongue pressure on the horse or bit curb mouthpiece that apply little tongue pressure or more bar contact and top of head poll pressure than the Level 1 or 2 Myler Horse Bits. The curves of the bit allow more room for the horses tongue and this Level 2-3 also has options with and without Independent Side Movement. Some of these bits have a barrel in the center of the bit that allows each side of the bit to move independently. This provides the horse a very clear signal when one rein or the other is lifted for contact. The Level 2-3 is Myler bits are best suited for horses with basic training and with a good disposition and showing self carriage. These horses can handle more tongue relief and have advanced training but still showing a challenging disposition. Riding in a Level 2 mouthpiece and showing bit resistance.

Level 3 MYLER HORSE BIT

These Myler Curb Horse bits have wider ports for maximum tongue relief and little to no tongue pressure. These bits use primarily bar pressure, head poll pressure and curb pressure. The bit mouth curves to allow more room for the horses tongue and these bits also have options with and without Independent Side Movement. Some of these bits have a barrel in the center of the bit that allows each side of the bit to move independently. This provides the horse a very clear signal when one rein or the other is lifted for contact. These Level 3 Myler Horse Bits are suited for the performance horse that has advanced training and a solid disposition under saddle and with the bit. The horse bitted is an experienced trail horse with a solid disposition and solidly riding in a Level 2 - 3 Myler bit and showing resistance.