Nils Sweet iron Barrel Loose Baucher
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A Registered Design
Fager Nils is suitable if you would describe your horse as the following;
- Pulls against the contact yet react to increased pressure.
- Unsteady in the connection.
- Feels stiff in a standard straight bit.
- Doesn’t instinctively seek out the contact.
Fager Nils is a stable barrelled sweet tasting bit which fits comfortably in the mouth and contours naturally over the tongue. The barrelled tube mouthpiece creates a fast, natural lock in any direction making Nils an ideal solution use with horses who need encouragement to actively seek more contact, without feeling stiff in the hand.
The Nils design is well suited to horses with sensitive mouths who cut easily, quickly developing sores/wounds in the corners of their mouths.
Nils is designed to give extra stability in the mouth for more direct, effective communication making it less confusing for horses who don’t instinctively respond to the aids. It works to keep the correct balance point (BP) in the mouth. Bit designs which create a bigger bend forward, also move the BP forward therefore reducing the effectiveness of the aids.
Nils is the ideal model to combine with your other bits, alternating regularly to vary the pressure points and keep communication direct and focused.
Loose Baucher is a registered design by Fager. This sidepiece is designed to keep the mouthpiece steady, without the loose ring interfering with the mouth piece’s placement.
Loose Baucher is to prefer if you have problems with wounds in the corners of the mouth or wears on the premolars (P2). The Loose Baucher will reveal these places from constant pressure and help the horse to relax.
- A more connected contact
- All bits
- Behind the hand yet sensitive to the aids
- BIT QUIZ
- Bit with parering rods
- Bits for dressage or competition
- Bits for sensitive horses
- Bits with tongue relief
- Category A - Mix
- Category A - Snaffle
- lock system
- Lock Up Bits
- Loose Baucher
- Maintain stability & consistency
- My horse can be anxious and drop the contact
- My horse nods their head
- My horse pulls against the contact
- My horse puts their tongue over the bit and opens their mouth
- Pressure wounds on the palate
- Pressure wounds on the tongue
- Small bits
- Sweet taste
- Wear on the premolars (P2)
- Wounds inside the cheeks
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