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Myler Combo Bit with Beta Biothane Bridle
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Horse-sized brown beta biothane halter and bridle with hunter green overlay and chrome buckles. Halter and bridle are separate and bridle/bit can be removed so you can tie your horse out on the trail or at a rest stop. Tie is soft hunter green poly rope with a velcro attachment. Reins have snap attachments for quick removal. Bit and bridle are both popular with endurance and trail riders. I rode my Arab horse on the trails in this bridle in cool spring weather on a loose rein - it's combo action was that effective. Includes bridle storage carrier.5" Myler combo bit is sweet iron (rusts naturally and tastes sweet to the horses, thus encouraging salivation) with copper inserts. The rest of the bit is highly polished stainless steel. Bit uses both tongue and bar pressure and has a havana leather curb strap and rawlide "hackamore" strap that can be heated in hot water and moulded to the shape of your horse's face. Excellent condition! Just clean up with mild soap and water!Sorry, I can't split up the bit and bridle. I'm still using it occasionally to ride a different horse. One component is useless without the other.Sorry, I do not deliver.
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