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  • Loc: Essex When I am schooling George I use a hanging cheek mullen mouth myler, which I am very happy with for flatwork in an enclosed area.

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  • Decided to try the 85 cm, & did his myler combi up another hole.

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  • I heard from a RC member that there is a dressage legal myler bit which is great and would suit me horsey but she doesnt know what its called! arrggg!

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  • She isn't strong to ride and is and has been for at least 5 years ridden in a myler.

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  • He's now in a myler mullen barrel hanging cheek - which is basically a straight bar (even if it's curved. it's still solid ...) and I'm just wondering if the pressure of this is confusing him slightly?

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  • i saw ages ago in H&H a bit that had a bump type thing in it where the bit had went up then across then back down and the toungue would fit in to there ... but it wasnt a snaffle ... anyone got any ideas? my instructor said something about myler bits i think, cant really remeber the name she said ... maybe try one with a port in it x

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  • i use them as the first bit for my youngsters when getting them used to tack but actually have never found a horse who gives a good contact when ridden in a myler. yes, the 02 mouthpiece is nice, but i agree with millitiger, although they're very good i think there are slightly better bits on the market. the 32 mouthpiece is a bit too dead for most horses, i've found.

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