Myler Black Western Dee Sweet Iron w Copper Roller
Level 1 bits rotate on the tongue to apply tongue pressure and collapse to form a U instead of a V which protects the lips and bars from pinching. The mouthpiece is curved to allow more room for the tongue which can limit some resistance.
Resistance is the horse's way of communicating discomfort. A horse may demonstrate resistance through one or more behaviors that are consistently repeated in relation to the bit. Recognizing the signs of resistance is critical to knowing when there is a problem. Some of these signs include:
Myler bits have many unique features which allow your horse to work without resistance:
Please Note: If you compete, check with your sport's governing body to confirm which bits are legal for your particular event.
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