The hanging cheek mullen mouth snaffle is also sometimes known as a half cheek or filet baucher snaffle bit. The cheek of a hanging cheek bit is similar to the top section of a pelham, and exerts a little poll pressure which can help reluctant horses to break at the poll and flex more readily. The mullen mouth filet baucher has a curved mouthpiece with no nutcracker action, and can be an ideal bit to use in a dressage test for horses used to being ridden in a pelham or continental bit.
Half cheek mullen mouth snaffle features
Hanging cheek applies a little poll pressure when the rein aid nbsp applied
Mullen mouth has no nutcracker action or movement in the horses mouth
Can be used in dressage competitions
Bit strength Quite mild