Toklat Myler 3-Ring Combination Bit - 6" Shank with Sweet Iron Forward Tilt Ported Barrel MB 36


Myler Stainless Steel 3-Ring Combination Bit, MB 36 Mullen Forward Tilt Low Ported Barrel, Level 2-3

The MB 36 is a Myler alternative to the traditional mullen, but it has a wide low port that allows the tongue to pass under it comfortably. The port is 1" high, and tilted forward at a 45º angle, allowing just enough room for the horse’s tongue to elevate slightly and swallow, but not high enough for palate pressure. When the reins are engaged, the MB 36 applies pressure primarily to the bars and lip and applies tongue pressure because of the forward tilt. Sweet iron mouthpiece oxidizes and encourages salivation.

  • Independent Side Movement
  • Sweet Iron mouthpiece
  • Curved mouthpiece does not pinch lips or bars
  • Copper Inlay

Due to the contagious nature of the equine disease EHV 1 and per biosecurity measure guidelines suggested by the American Association of Equine Practitioners, The Farm House will no longer accept returns on bits and bit accessories.

Notes: The 6" stainless steel 3-ring combination bit is a hybrid of a ring bit, shank bit, and hackamore and uses five different pressure points to disperse rein pressure. Because the noseband and chin strap are connected through the purchase, when the reins are engaged, the horse first feels nose, chin, and poll pressure before he feels the mouthpiece. The mouthpiece can slide 1" before reaching a stop, where it will then engage and apply pressure. The purpose is to allow the horse to respond to the rider’s rein signals before applying mouthpiece pressure. The combination bit has Independent Swivel Cheek and the purchase is slightly angled away from the cheek to prevent rubbing. The noseband is flat leather with knotted cord on either side and the chin strap is synthetic to avoid stretching over time.

Action: Indirect

Discipline: English or Western

Degree of Leverage: The 3-ring combination bit offers three different rein positions: the big ring, middle ring, and bottom ring.

  • Big Ring = No leverage
  • Middle Ring = Mild
  • Bottom Ring = Mild

Notes: If you ride with your rein attached to the big ring, it will function only as a direct rein snaffle and not apply nose, chin, poll pressure as a combination bit.