Shanks are made of stainless steel and mouth piece is
made of German silver.horse bit German silver .hanging cheek bit with single joint snaffle bit.
The baucher is one snaffle bit that certainly gets a lot of discussion among riders,
The baucher bit can also be known as the “ hanging cheek ” snaffle.
Baucher 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.
The thinking is that with the small ring above, the bit rotates as the reins are pulled, and the small ring holding the cheeks moves to apply pressure to the poll. Maybe, BUT if so, it could only be very, very mild. Unfortunately, most bit manufacturers still actively promote the Baucher to work through this perceived poll pressure.
If the bit rotates in the mouth as described, the cheeks will apply some resistance to the poll area, but here is a bony structure. Before the bit can rotate further and apply any significant pressure, I would argue that the lips will stretch and the bit move higher in the mouth first. You need less force to stretch the lips than press onto the bony structure of the poll with any significant force. Often though, in action the bit hardly rotates at all.