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        02-17-2009, 02:53 PM
    The Myler bit you are showing is actually a Billy Allen mouth piece. Myler calls it a "barrel" mouth or sometimes a Level One.

    Great bit. I use a snaffle similar to the Myler except mine is sweet iron. I also have one with shanks and the same mouth piece. The horse I use it on is dead broke and on his way to becoming a Bridle Horse. (See the picture of Bobo on my horse page).

    This is the shanked bit I use:
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        02-17-2009, 02:55 PM
    Oops. I got it off of the Myler website. It was the "comfort snaffle" level one.
    I think a girl at my barn has a similar one and I'm going to ask her if I can give it a test run.

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