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Myler Eggbutt without Hooks Low Port Comfort Snaffle MB 04

Myler Eggbutt without Hooks Low Port Comfort Snaffle MB 04

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Size: 5"

Stainless Steel Eggbutt without Hooks, MB 04 Low Port Comfort Snaffle, Level 2

The MB 04 is similar to the MB 02 in that it will rotate on the tongue and apply tongue pressure, however, it has a small (¼") port that introduces some tongue relief to the horse. The port allows the horse to swallow and move his tongue when he is moving forward and relaxed, which acts as a release or reward. The mouthpiece is curved, and it wraps around the bars and lips instead of pinching.

  • Independent Side Movement
  • Stainless Steel Mouthpiece
  • Curved mouthpiece does not pinch lips and bars
  • Copper Inlay
  • USEF 2012 and FEI 2016 Dressage Legal. Consult rulebook for more information.

Notes: The MB 04 provides an excellent transition from Level One to Level Two. It is suitable for a wide range of horses including green horses, experienced horses entering the Myler System, horses that have been ridden exclusively in a single-jointed mouthpiece, or horses that have not been ridden for a while needing re-schooling.

An eggbutt is a traditional cheek style which keeps the mouthpiece from draping on the tongue, providing a more direct signal than the loose ring. The straight side of eggbutt will not pull through the mouth and does not pinch. For a more versatile version, see the eggbutt with hooks.

Size: 3 ½" rounded ring

Action: Direct

Discipline: English or Western