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RE: [RC] Myler bit question . . . - Ranelle Rubin

Your index finger should fit side to side between the curb chain and your horse's chin. You should also only have about 4" of engagement with the reins before it touches lightly. Test out his response from the ground.

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> Subject: [RC] Myler bit question . . .
> Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2008 12:51:49 -0800
> From: carrie.kitley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> I ended up steering away from the s-hacks and bitless bridles and
> instead decided to buy a Myler Kimberwicke 41PB. I'm unsure about the
> clearance that the curb chain should have. I've never used a bridle
> with an actual curb 'chain' before. Advice please, from anyone who has
> used these? Thanks!
> Carrie Kitley
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[RC] Myler bit question . . ., Kitley, Carrie E Civ USAF AFSPC 30 MDSS/SGSLF