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The Myer's D cheek is very straight against each side of the face helping to give a little directional support for the turning signal and as the mouthpiece is firmly attached to the cheek is smooth against the corners of the lips. More Info
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Item codeA0261P

The rubber tends to bulk out the mouthpiece so may not be a suitable for Horses with really bulky tongues or small mouths. More Info
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Item codeA0731

If a rubber mouthpiece bends it is termed flexible rubber which means there is a small chain or steel hauser running through the centre of the bit for safety and strength, and then the bit is covered with a rubber shape. If it is not flexable then it is termed rubber covered which means it is in this case a slim mullen stainless snaffle under a rubber covering. More Info
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Item codeA0732

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Item codeA0295

The Myer's D cheek is very straight against each side of the face helping to give a little directional support for the turning signal and as the mouthpiece is firmly attached to the cheek is smooth against the corners of the lips. The sweet metal takes away some of the coldness of stainless steel. More Info
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Item codeA0261S

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