Sara Titanium Loose Baucher

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Size guide
Width105MM / 4¼”115MM / 4½”125MM / 5”135MM / 5¼”145mm / 5¾”
Thickness12mm12mm12mm12mm12mm
Ring Size60mm60mm60mm60mm60mm

Normal in size, if you are between two sizes then choose the larger one.

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Fager Sara is a good choice if you would describe your horse as the following;

  • Has difficulty seeking out the contact.
  • Constantly falls behind the bit.
  • Problematic teeth.
  • Sensitive; particularly on the bars and corners of the mouth.
  • A younger horse.
  • Feels stiff in other standard straight bits.

An anatomical straight bit designed with specific pressure distribution to ensure the horse feels completely comfortable.

Sara’s design to provide the best shape for a horse that a straight bit can have, following the natural contours of the horse’s mouth. This unique shape, in combination with Titanium, will give the rider that extra wow-factor that everyone desires!

The Loose Baucher is Fager’s EUIPO registered design, specifically designed to protect the sensitive corners of the mouth and the front cheek teeth by transferring the pressure further down. This innovative design makes Sara an ideal solution for sensitive mouthed horses who easily cut or bruise.

Sara is the perfect choice to use alongside your other bits.  We at Fager always recommend alternating between different bits, to constantly switch the pressure points to maintain clear, precise communication.

  • A lighter contact
  • All bits
  • Behind the hand yet sensitive to the aids
  • BIT QUIZ
  • BITS
  • Bits for sensitive horses
  • Bits with tongue relief
  • Category C - Mix
  • Category C - Snaffle
  • Loose Baucher
  • Maintain stability & consistency
  • Maintains a good contact; an uncomplicated ride
  • My horse can be anxious and drop the contact
  • MY HORSE IS ALLERGIC TO STEEL BITS?
  • 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 bars
  • Pressure wounds on the palate
  • Pressure wounds on the tongue
  • Reluctant to take up the contact
  • Titanium
  • Wear on the premolars (P2)
  • Wolf teeth
  • Wounds at the corners of the mouth
  • Wounds inside the cheeks
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