An improved version of one of the most popular mechanical hackamores ever made, this flat leather nose bit is excellent for horses that have natural rate and need only to be "keyed" to stay in tune with the rider.This bit is also a good choice for a novice rider.
Reinsman Equestrian's 3/8" 3-Piece Sweet Iron Snaffle with Copper Roller Bit is an extremely good bit if you need help getting your horse's legs underneath him and his hind end down.The mouthpiece breaks over the bars at an angle to contact new nerves and add some tongue pressure for better control. The copper roller often pacifies a nervous horse and adds slight tongue pressure for better headset.
This stainless steel 5" HBT shank with sweet iron comfort snaffle (MB 01, Level 1) bit features a copper inlay.This mouthpiece is made of polished sweet iron which naturally oxidizes or rusts. Harmless to horses, it has a sweet taste and promotes salivation.
Reinsman Equestrian's 7/16" 3-Piece with Copper Roller Snaffle Bit has traditional rings and more weight for a better feel. Its mouthpiece breaks over the bars at a different angle to contact new nerves, and has some tongue pressure for better control.The copper roller adds moisture and acts as a pacifier.Copper is a soft metal, watch for excessive wear.
The Just Enough Bit is a very nice transition bit when moving from the ring snaffle to a curb bit. The limited gag action is softer than moving from the ring snaffle directly into a curb bit with swivel or solid cheeks. The 3-piece ergonomically designed mouthpiece results in soft and even pressure across the tongue, bars, and lips.Reinsman's sweet & sour mouthpiece tastes like a green apple dipped in molasses and is sure to become your horse's favorite! The sweet and sour combination causes increased salivation, leading to a more relaxed jaw and a supple mouth.Copper is a soft metal, check for signs of wear before each use.
This stainless steel 3-ring combination bit has a 6" shank with a sweet iron low port comfort snaffle (MB 04, Level 2) and a copper inlay.This mouthpiece is made of polished sweet iron which naturally oxidizes or rusts. Harmless to horses, it has a sweet taste and promotes salivation.This bit now comes with black leather noseband and synthetic black curb strap (not as pictured).
This sweet iron small chain mouth with copper pacifiers bit has light control and is excellent for training or relaxed pleasure riding. The small chain mouth conforms well to the bars and tongue making it comfortable for your horse to pack.Copper pacifiers are great for the nervous horse and encourage salivation. The chain mouthpiece is a good choice for a horse that likes to chew on the bit because it is hard for the horse to bite down on and play with. Since the chain conforms to the shape of the horse's mouth, the horse can move the links around on his tongue placing the bit in a more comfortable location, leading to a quieter mouth.The short gag action collects a horse very well; it helps to get your horse's legs underneath him and his hind end down. This bit is designed to be used with a curb chain.Copper is a soft metal, check for signs of wear before each use.
This Myler Bit is a stainless steel 7" flat shank with sweet iron ported barrel (MB 33, Level 3) and a copper inlay.This mouthpiece is made of polished sweet iron which naturally oxidizes or rusts. Harmless to horses, it has a sweet taste and promotes salivation.
The Level Best for Your Horse builds on the Mylers' first book A Whole Bit Better with improved definitions of the Myler Levels, expanded descriptions of the Myler mouthpieces and cheekpieces, a clear explanation of leverage, and a more comprehensive guide to using the Myler System to select a bit for your horse. Includes the DVD A Whole Bit Better, a visual guide to the Myler System.Includes additional information on USEF dressage legal bits.
5" Copper plated mouth, 2-3/4" O-Rings Eggbut Snaffle BitBy definition, a snaffle bit is a direct pull or direct action bit, meaning that when you are holding the reins in two hands atop your horse, you have direct contact with its mouth. Whatever you do with your hands, your horse should do. Most trainers will start a young horse in a snaffle to gain the framework it needs to transition to a curb bit. Such a foundation includes lateral flexion, collection, transitions, responsiveness to leg cues and more.An eggbutt snaffle is a bit commonly used for English riding, the name refers to the shape of the ring. It is designed to prevent pinching of the horse's mouth and works on the poll and bars of the mouth.