This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 17 May, 2006.
Myler Loose Ring Bit with French Link Snaffle
This Myler bit is a stainless steel Loose Ring with a stainless steel French Link Snaffle copper inlay mouthpiece. This Myler bit, also called a bristol snaffle, works well for beginning horses. It is a kinder, gentler bit than the Snaffle, and works primarily off the tongue and bars, applying more downward pressure that is evenly distributed across the tongue.
| Level: One |
| Bit Design: The Myler loose ring is a simple ring where the mouthpiece has no fixed point of attachment. but simply slides around the ring. This particular mouthpiece is curved with two joints with a flat piece in the center. |
Myler's direct action - it applies the same amount of rein pressure to the mouth. Loose rings allow the horse some play with the bit in the mouth.
Downward pressure on tongue.
Collapses on bars.