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Myler Bits


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Experience the Difference That a Comfortable Bit Can Make for Your Horse

The creators of Myler Bits, Ron, Dale and Bob Myler, offer a philosophy of comfort for the horse with each of their bits. The bit is a communication tool, and to effectively communicate with your horse, he must be relaxed. If your horse is resistant, he is not effectively receiving your message and needs a different bit which allows him to relax.
The Myler bitting system is designed around the concept of tongue relief. In a traditional single jointed bit, when pressure is applied to the reins it creates a "nutcracker" effect, by collapsing onto the tongue, which makes it difficult for the horse to swallow. When a horse is unable to swallow, they are unable to move forward in a relaxed and comfortable frame.
  • Recognize the Signs of Resistance
  • Going behind the bit
  • Going above the bit (inversion)
  • Chewing, overactive mouth, tongue outside of the mouth
  • Running through the bit, pulling, or not stopping
  • Heavy on the forehand, leaning on the bit
  • Putting tongue over the bit
  • Sucking tongue into the back of the throat
If your horse exhibits these symptoms, and all dental and medical reasons have been eliminated, try a Myler Bit.

More about Myler Bits..


Experience the Difference That a Comfortable Bit Can Make for Your Horse

The creators of Myler Bits, Ron, Dale and Bob Myler, offer a philosophy of comfort for the horse with each of their bits. The bit is a communication tool, and to effectively communicate with your horse, he must be relaxed. If your horse is resistant, he is not effectively receiving your message and needs a different bit which allows him to relax.
The Myler bitting system is designed around the concept of tongue relief. In a traditional single jointed bit, when pressure is applied to the reins it creates a "nutcracker" effect, by collapsing onto the tongue, which makes it difficult for the horse to swallow. When a horse is unable to swallow, they are unable to move forward in a relaxed and comfortable frame.
  • Recognize the Signs of Resistance
  • Going behind the bit
  • Going above the bit (inversion)
  • Chewing, overactive mouth, tongue outside of the mouth
  • Running through the bit, pulling, or not stopping
  • Heavy on the forehand, leaning on the bit
  • Putting tongue over the bit
  • Sucking tongue into the back of the throat
If your horse exhibits these symptoms, and all dental and medical reasons have been eliminated, try a Myler Bit.
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Recent Myler Bits Reviews

Myler Level 1 "C" Sleeve Ring Comfort Wide Barrel Snaffle

Took awhile to find this myler bit and the bend on the bars has changed but I really like the way my horse feels in this bit....he takes a 5.5" so was very happy to find it.....price was reasonable for the result

Myler Level 3 Pelham Stainless Steel Ported Barrel Bit

This is a very nice bit and is effective in accomplishing the purpose I bought it for....to use for additional stopping power for foxhunting a horse which is happy to jump around the hunter ring in a D-ring ported Myler snaffle.

Myler Level 2-3 Parelli Shank Bit B2 Sweet Iron Low Port Barrel Narrow Bit

This bit was recommended by the former trainer of my new horse and she does very well in it.The Parelli version is exactly like the regular Myler Be, except it has a nice added aesthetic with raised dots on the shanks.I shopped around and the best price was at Equestrian Collections, plus free shipping!! (However, it took 10 days to get it, so if you want it fast, pay the extra.)

Myler Level 3 English Dee Ported Barrel Bit with o Hooks

My horse moved happily with the Myler Comfort Snaffle 04 level 2 bit immediately upon trying it. It has improved relaxation in dressage and control during cross-country gallops for my off-the-track thoroughbred. I asked my vet to evaluate its fit and action; he thought its articulation was very nice within the horse's mouth and highly approved its use. I would prefer an eggbutt rather than dee end, because the corner of the dee is close to the face of the horse and looks like it could rub, but the eggbutt was not available in the size my horse required. I have seen no signs of rub marks, though. The bit is very narrow, which could be harsh if a heavy handed rider used it, but it allows for very subtle aids; it is ideal for a sensitive horse and rider.

Myler Level 3 English Dee Ported Barrel Bit with o Hooks

I have now been using the Myler 04 Comfort Snaffle,level 2, bit on my OTTB for a couple of weeks, and the horse is transformed by it. She is much more relaxed than before, raising her topline, and accepting it without any tendency to back off of it in the dressage arena. Surprisingly, it also offers better control than anything I have used cross-country, for she no longer leans on the bit but happily works with me when we gallop. I would recommend this bit for any person with sensitive hands, for it articulates well, and the rider can work subtly with it.

Myler Level 3 Stainless Steel Ported Barrel Bit With Hooks

Bit is wonderful for my horse, but the 5 inch is way too big on her and that is her usual size. Unfortunately, it's not made in a 4.75 or 4.5 inch.

Myler Level 2-3 3-Ring Sweet Iron Forward Tilt Ported Combination Bit

This is my second Myler Combo bit and I love it

They are great bits and useful on so many different types of horses. I vary things like the height of the leather nose piece and whether or not I use it alone or with a figure eight in addition to it - regardless, I can always find a variation that the horses go great in. I've used it on horses that get heavy and on the forehand, on horses who are fussy in the mouth, on horses who get strong, and on horses who can get stuck in the neck with heavier bits. It's worked well on all of them.

Myler Level 3 Stainless Steel Ported Barrel Bit With Hooks

This is a large heavy bit

I mean the rings are large and thick. I am returning the bit because the large metal hooks at the top poke into my mare's face.

Myler Level 2 Low Port Comfort Snaffle Eggbutt Bit

The horse is far mor relaxed in this bit, no more head shaking.

Myler Level 2-3 English Dee Correctional Low Ported Barrel Bit with Hooks

My horse seems to like it

Significant reduction in head tossing/snatching. Bit overpriced imho.