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Posted 10/3/2014 12:50:13 PM
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Hi. We are going to purchase a horse tomorrow that is used to the myler level 2-3 low ported barrell flat shank bit. The bit doesn't cone with her. So I am looking for a similar bit that is more affordable. The bit she has now is at
Is there a bit similar to it? Thanks!!

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Posted 10/3/2014 3:26:14 PM

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What do you plan on doing with her? Wetsern pleasure,western EQ,gaming,trail?

If your doing western pleasure/EQ what are the rules regarding bits?

for gaming,if you can control her in a snaffle at high speeds,Use a snaffle.

For trail, as long as you can remain in control at walk,trot,canter and/or gallop,use a snaffle.

Use the least severe bit you can while remaining in control.

Also,heres some bits i found:




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