MB-32-3R, Myler Bit
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3-ring 32-3; 5" triple barrel-rawhide


Three-ring Combination, 32-3 (triple barrel) mouthpiece, rawhide noseband

I use this bit on any horse that is very green and/or may be difficult to control at times—be it fearful behavior, ignorance or obstinacy. This is an excellent bit for colt-starting or for horses that for one reason or another, you may have to take manual control of. Like all combos, this bit is very mild but the triple barrel mouthpiece gives you enough tongue pressure when there is no ‘power steering’ and the rawhide on the noseband allows you enough leverage so that you do not use too much mouth pressure, thus keeping the horse calmer and more compliant. I like having the rawhide noseband on any horse that I am trying to use less mouth pressure and more nose pressure on. The rawhide gives me more control of the nose with less pressure and less effort.

89-31315R rawhide noseband. Stainless Steel 3-Ring Combination Bit, 5" wide sweet Iron Mullen Triple Barrel (MB32-3) mouthpiece with copper Inlay.  6" Shank with three rings.  Sweet Iron naturally oxidizes or rusts; harmless to horses, it has a sweet taste and promotes salivation. Comes with a rawhide noseband and synthetic black curb strap.

Myler Combination Bits

The 3-ring combination bit has a noseband and chin strap incorporated into the bit and three rings as the shank; it is designed to distribute pressure in places other than, or in addition to the mouth, including the nose, poll and chin. You use the reins attached to the middle ring in order to ride more off nose pressure or the lower ring to use mouth pressure first and have stronger ‘brakes.’


The 3-ring comes standard with a flat, black noseband but in many instances, I prefer the rawhide noseband, which allows me to have more control of the nose and use a lighter contact. The 3-ring combo is a must-have bit for anyone working with horses of varying temperaments and training levels.

If I could only have one bit to use on any type of horse, the 04 rawhide combo would be the one bit I would own. But the 3-ring combination bit is available in many mouthpieces—making it a great bit for almost any horse. With often dramatic results, I have used various combo bits for horses that are: green, spooky, runaways, barn sour, high-strung, fearful, forward, sensitive in the mouth, intolerant of a rider’s hands, high-headed, a beginner’s mount, disobedient or defiant. In a low-level mouthpiece, like the 32-3 or the 04, the 3-ring combo is ideal for colt-starting, since it works more off nose pressure, which the halter-broke horse readily understands.


Different mouthpieces in the 3-ring combo are more or less compatible with different horses, depending on the needs of the horse and rider. All of the bits have mouthpieces made of sweet iron with copper inlays, which cause an enticing chemical reaction in the horse’s mouth that encourages salivation (much like peeling an orange might cause a little spray of saliva in your mouth).


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  • Manufacturer: Myler

MB-32-3R, Myler Bit

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