My horse and previous horses all used Myler bits.
I used to sell Myler bits when I had a bit bank, when I sold them the importer/wholesaler was Belstane, they did quite a bit of marketing, having whole page adverts in H&H, they would do clinics around the country with Dale Myler, campaigned to...
I have offset Sprengers with flexible sides and cheese grater treads. I think the treads really help to keep a hold of my foot and the offset eye means the stirrup is always there waiting for me, they are expensive, but you only need to buy them once, I've had mine about 10 years.
I would go back to the bit bank, tell them what is happening and see what they suggest.
Or what about a Myler 04, low port comfort snaffle hanging cheek? this mouthpiece is supposed to be comfortable but a bit more flexible than the 36 forward tilt ported barrel.
I ran a Myler bit bank about 10...
We have a 'something' terrier who is very itchy, we've tried coconut oil with some success, but struggle to get him to eat anything with it in, we're now trying cider vinegar, only been on it for 3 days.
I have the Vibram neoprene lined boots, I wear them all year round, I don't find them to hot in summer and they keep my feet perfectly warm in the winter. They will be about 10 years old.
I wouldn't have anything else.
I tried a Limpet pad about 10 years ago with a past very calm and placid horse, who said a most definite no to it. I tried a Flexi Girth next and have used them ever since, dressage, gp and western, they're great.
I have a 6 ton Iveco, which is for sale. I've had it weighed and the same as Goldenstar, full tank of fuel there's still 1.8 ton to play with. I've never taken the trouble to work out how economical it is, but I know it uses about half the fuel my 7.5 ton Leyland DAF did.