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Myler Low Port Correction D Ring

Myler Low Port Correction D Ring

Item # 07508
  • Great for the horses with advanced skills but requiring a bit more control
  • Allows tongue relief while offering various pressure points and bar pressure
  • Independent side movement allows rider to work each side separately
  • Stainless steel D-ring cheeks with stainless mouth with copper inlay
  • Copper helps increase salivation and increase sensitivity
  • Curved mouthpiece, 3 ¾” Dees with curb hook slots
  • Mouthpiece:  5”
  • Level:  2-3
  • Port height:  1 ¼”
  • Bit diameter:  10mm
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Myler Low Port Correction D Ring
Myler Bitting System
 
Every horse and rider combination has an individual need that may require a specific bit.  As each need of horse and rider change over time and progress, it may become necessary to either upgrade or downgrade depending upon the level of your horse’s training or rider’s experience.
 
Mouthpiece level:
 
Level 1- Features a curved mouthpiece that allows the horse to swallow.  Uses tongue pressure and bar pressure, working mostly off of the tongue.  Myler bits distribute tongue pressure more evenly than traditional designs.  Uses restrict and release action.  May offer curb or poll pressure depending on shank design.  May offer independent side movement.
 
For horses that have just begun training or have had little training.  For horses that have just begun to break at the poll and just learning basic gaits.
 
Level 2- Features a curved mouthpiece.  Uses less tongue pressure and more pressure, with the mouthpiece rolling on the bars.  Applies pressure across the tongue rather that in the center.  May collapse into the bars.
 
For horses where basic training has been established.  For horses that are relaxed at the poll and holds position when rein is released.  For horses that possess more complex skills, such as bending, collection, side passes and lead changes.
 
Level 2-3- Features a curved, ported mouthpiece for tongue relief.  Offers variety of pressure points and more bar pressure, rolling on the bars.  May collapse into the bars.
 
For horses with a good mindset and can benefit from more tongue relief.  This level is for horses with advanced skills but requiring more control.
 
Level 3-  Features curved mouthpiece with tongue relief.  Offers a variety of pressure points to take the horse as soft as possible.  May offer palate pressure depending on port height.
 
For horses that are considered finished.  For horses that are relaxed at the poll and possess advanced skills and work great off of the riders legs and hands.
 
As your horse learns and progresses, your communication levels will change.  Each Myler bit is designed to use select pressure points to provide the best communication for that specific level.
 

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Myler Low Port Correction D Ring
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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4.0

Overall A Good Bit

By Bodemeister

from Oklahoma

About Me Experienced Rider

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Good Value

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Show Ring
    • Working/Training

    Comments about Myler Low Port Correction D Ring:

    I was searching for an English bit similar to the correctional western bit that I had just purchased. I have always had good luck with any Myler that I have purchased. Until recently that was all that I ever rode. I bought this bit a week before a show and only tried it a handful of times before showing and it worked great. It has done exactly what it says it is supposed to and I couldn't be happier with the outcome. Money well spent for a college student.

     
    5.0

    GREAT BIT

    By MELISSA

    from GIBSONVILLE, NC

    About Me Experienced Rider

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Does The Job

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Pleasure Riding
      • Show Ring
      • Trail Riding
      • Working/Training

      Comments about Myler Low Port Correction D Ring:

      THIS BIT DOES WHAT IT IS MADE TO DO. STOPS THE HANGING ON THE BIT AND HANDS. FASTER REACTION WITH LESS REIN PRESSURE. HORSES ARE MORE RELAXED AT EACH GAIT AND MORE COLLECTION AND DRIVE TO THE BIT.

      (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      100 percent satisfied

      By BJ

      from Sarasota, FL

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Myler Low Port Correction D Ring:

      I have a four year old that we just started in the fall, he would lean into the bridle but with this bit he drops over without pulling or leaning and he carrys his head at the right level. We only used it two times before we showed him in and it was like night and day - he was wonderful. I would recommend this bit to anyone well worth the price.

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      What bits are made of...

      If you have any questions about this product or a type of bit, please contact us at 1-800-365-1311 or service@sstack.com
      Stainless Steel

      Bits are most commonly made of stainless steel. Stainless steel can be cleaned and polished repeatedly without damaging the finish. It is strong, durable, and flavorless and does not impact salivation. Some stainless steel mouths are inlaid with copper.

      Copper

      Copper encourages salivation to increase the sensitivity of the horse’s mouth. It warms up quicker than stainless steel in cold weather.

      Sweet Iron

      Sweet iron is cold-rolled steel. The material appears rusty after repeated use. This oxidation tastes sweet to the horse and increases salivation.  

      Rubber

      Rubber softens the action of the bit as it is softer than traditional metals. Rubber-covered bits are generally thicker than metal.   

      Aluminum

      Aluminum is lightweight and easy to maintain.

      Plastic

      Plastic bits are softer than traditional metal bits and they are durable. Many plastic bits are scented or flavored.

      Nickel Silver

      Nickel silver is a nickel alloy, also known as German silver. It encourages salivation for a more sensitive and supple mouth.  

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