Baucher Bit Portsmouth
The baucher attaches to the bridle by a small ring attached to an arm, extending away from the mouthpiece and the main ring which the reins attach to. The arm extension lies flat against the horse’s face, which can help with directional control and helps stop the bit from being pulled through the horse’s mouth. The baucher has previously been thought to cause poll pressure, as the arm extension was believed to have a lever action.
The mouthpiece has an anatomical shape, which prevent pressure over the tongue and horse bars. The side supports are unique in the market. They are the first in the world made from cnc aluminum together with the best Swedish steel.
LIMO is a revolutionary bits system, produced with a special “food & drugs“ approved Thermoplastic elastomer in two different hardness. This material ensure comfort on your horse mouth without causing pain maintaining its effectiveness. Side parts are made from solid CNC aluminum and Swedish stainless steel out of solid as well.