Myler Easy Trainer Hackamore
Myler Easy Trainer Hackamore. The Myler EZ is a training hackamore made up of headstall, chin cup, and noseband.
The headstall of the EZ Trainer is a basic working style with adjustable cheekpieces, browband and adjustable throatlatch. The noseband is made of a curved stainless steel core wrapped in copper wire, covered with leather. The most unique feature of the EZ Trainer, the contoured chip cup, is made of stainless steel with a leather covering, curved to compliment the shape of the horse's jaw and chin groove. The noseband is attached to the chin cup with adjustable leather sides and the reins are affixed to the bottom of the chin cup.
Function: The EZ Trainer works in the same fashion as a leverage but, but utilizes the jaw, chin groove and the nose instead of the mouth. The chin cup is the key feature of the EZ Trainer. When adjusted properly with only 1/4" space from the jaw, the chin cup gives a quick pressure "warning" before the whole noseband engages, teaching a horse to respond to light pressure as well as to listen the a riders other aids.
The EZ Trainer is not suitable for use with constant rein pressure and is therefore not recommended for the English disciplines.
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