Neue Schule Waterford Baucher – 14mm
Bit of Magic. Is your horse strung out, wooden and sometimes ignores your requests for outline and self-carriage? The combination of the Baucher cheek and the Waterford mouthpiece encourages a rounder outline,
a lighter way of going and reinforces directional control. As the Waterford bends in every direction it usually suits all types of mouth conformation, including big, fat tongues. This slimmer, innovative Waterford mouthpiece features our ergonomic LipSMART shelf which usually eradicates the previously common problem of rubs.
The Neue Schule Salox Compound.
The Neue Schule Salox is Neue Schules unique composition – This is a warmer softer metal with a very high copper content and Neue Schule additive to maximise on oxidation (Nickel Free). This promotes salivation, mouthing, acceptance and harmony. Many horses that have previously only been bittable in rubber or nylon have proven extremely comfortable in the Neue Schule Salox. All bits in the Neue Schule Collection have high density stainless steel rings, cheeks, etc., for appearance and durability.
The Action of the Baucher
The baucher causes poll pressure. When a contact is taken the upper arm is angled forwards causing the mouthpiece to lift – thereby suspending it in the mouth and reducing the pressure across the tongue and the bars – this is often beneficial for cases of over sensitivity. Any extension above the mouthpiece causes poll pressure – this in itself has a head lowering action.
However, if the horse is going forward into a contact and active behind this will encourage a rounding action and help tremendously with the outline.