Short snaffle Myler Comfort (04 Level 2)
Because the bit rings are not attached, the bit moves more freely in the horse's mouth. This allows the bit to absorb more play. If you are a rider with a hand that is not too quiet, it is advisable to ride with a loose ring. Because the rings move, they move with the rider's hand.
The short snaffle is part of the bar and snaffle combination. When choosing the size, make sure that the pad length must be 0.5 to 1 cm longer than the dressage bar.
The bit is equipped with a 'Myler lock system', which means that the bit acts as a rod under corrective pressure. With gentle pressure, the bit acts as a double broken bit. A double joint bit acts on the sides of the mouth, especially the layers and the palate.
This bit falls into the Myler category level 2