Half cheek baucher bit with French link.
Made of stainless steel with copper French link,
horse bit with snaffle bit stainless steel.half cheek bit with hanging cheek bit polish.
The .half cheek one snaffle bit that certainly gets a lot of discussion among riders,
The.half cheek bit can also be known as the “ hanging cheek ” snaffle.
.half cheek bit does not use leverage force. and simply transfers the rein aids in a direct manner.
Similar in action as an Egg butt or Loose ring or Full cheek etc
- Hanging cheek applies a little poll pressure when the rein aid is applied
- Jointed mouthpiece, nutcracker action on the bars and palate pressure in most cases
- Can be used in dressage competitions
- Bit strength: mild-moderate
- The single joint Hanging mouth jointed snaffle is also sometimes referred to as a half cheek snaffle of filet bit. The cheek of a hanging cheek bit is similar to the top section of a pelham, and exerts a little poll pressure which can help reluctant horses to break at the poll and flex more readily. One of the ‘stronger’ dressage legal bits, the hanging cheek snaffle has jointed mouthpiece that acts like a nutcracker on the bars, and will often contact with the horses palate. An ideal bit to use in a dressage test for horses used to being ridden in a jointed pelham or jointed continental bit. The copper mouth piece helps the horse to soften and encourages salivation more than stainless steel.
When you need to send just a little stronger, clearer signal, this bit will help send the message. Nicely balanced and curved to alleviate some tongue pressure, with most pressure applied to the bars to the mouth. Slow twisted copper mouth promotes salivation and increases sensitivity.