Decided to try this bit after ending up with a whole bit collection in my tack room. Horse has a very fussy mouth and is an ex-stallion cob so quite strong at times. He loved the stability of the fixed cheeks and the tactio mouthpiece he just loves! Anatomically the bit suits the shape of his head, and he now has a lovely quiet mouth. Highly recommend, especially for those horses with limited room in their mouths due to fleshy lips and fat tongues.
Please note this item is a Pre-Order so it will take 2 weeks approx from date of order to arrive and be dispatched to you.
About the Bit
Is your sensitive or fussy in the contact? Does your horse have a large tongue and sensitive bars? Are you after a stiller and more consistent contact?
The Turtle Tactio mouthpiece has a locking link and unique shape which allows the bit to almost float in the horse’s mouth, giving room for the tongue and restricting pressure to the horse’s bars.The Baucher sides keep the bit still and stable in the mouth encouraging a steady contact.
This bit will help with
NOT recommended for
A baucher keeps the mouthpiece still and steady in the mouth giving the horse a more constant and stable feel.
FEI - YES
EA Dressage - YES
EA Eventing Dressage - YES
Pony Club - YES
HRCAV - YES
How it should fit
The Turtle Tactio baucher should fit fairly snug with only 1-2mm gap between the lip and the ring. The Neue Schule bits are made with a deep bevel making it almost impossible for the ring and mouthpiece to pinch the horses lips.
Brand Neue Schule
Model Turtle Tactio Baucher
Mouthpiece Size S (4.5”-5”), M (5.25”-5.5”), L (5.5”-5.75”), XL (5.75”-6.25”)
Mouthpiece Thickness 16mm, tapers down to 5mm at join for maximum tongue room
Ring Diameter 35mm ring & 110mm whole length
Material Salox GoldTM Mouthpiece with highly polished Stainless Steel Rings
Model Number NS-7011B
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