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The Baucher bit has a slightly lowering effect on the neck by its leverage effect. Indeed, this bit has a direct action on the headpiece. This action leads to a cession of the neck. Therefore, linking this action to the lifting action at the neck improves the placement and explains why this bit is considered as lowering. The upright is attached to the small ring, and the reins to the large ring. A curb chain can be attached to this bit. This bit is interesting for horses that pull or "stick" to the hand. This bit helps to put the horse in hand thanks to the leverage effect. In addition, it straightens horses that are a little too much on the shoulders. It should be taken into account that some horses that do not pose any problems can "let go" of the hand with this bit.