Are Myler bits legal?

Are Myler bits legal?

This Myler loose ring bit is legal for USEF dressage, FEI dressage and USEA eventing dressage.

What Myler bits are dressage legal?

Approved Mouthpieces As the international governing body of equestrian sports, FEI permits Myler Bits with model numbers 04, 06, 33, 33 WL (wide low) and 36 mouthpieces for snaffles and bridoons. The 02 and 32 mouthpieces were previously approved for snaffles, and are now approved for bridoons.

Do Myler bits run true to size?

Myler Bits® Myler bits fit a little differently than traditional bits because they have a distinctive curve to allow more room for the tongue. Choose the size nearest your measurement, but go up, not down, to make sure that the bit won’t be too snug.

What is the softest bit you can use on a horse?

snaffle bits
The softest bits are generally snaffle bits made of rubber. Rubber offers a smooth fit on the bars of the horse’s mouth, while the snaffle’s rings fit softly in the corners of the horse’s mouth without pinching.

What is the Myler MB 02?

The MB 02 is the Myler alternative to the traditional French link or lozenge mouthpiece commonly used in snaffle bits. The MB 02 rotates onto the tongue, applying tongue pressure, but because the mouthpiece is curved, it wraps around the bars and lips instead of pinching.

Can you use Myler bits in competition?

The Fédération Equestre Internationale’s (FEI) now approves seven Myler Bits’ mouthpieces for use in competition. Myler Bits are designed to reduce the pressure on the horse’s tongue—allowing overall relaxation and increased ability to focus on the rider’s cues.

What is a mymyler combination bit?

Myler Combination Bits. The 3-ring combination bit has a noseband and chin strap incorporated into the bit and three rings as the shank; it is designed to distribute pressure in places other than, or in addition to the mouth, including the nose, poll and chin.

What is a Myler bit for horses?

The guiding principles of Myler bits is to make horses more comfortable in the mouth so that they are more focused in the mind, and therefore more trainable. According to the Myler brothers, “The bit is a communication tool, and to effectively communicate with your horse, he must be relaxed.