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Finesse Bridle Drop Noseband - Black

Finesse Bridle remont in the color black with black padding and silver buckles and lacquered remont noseband.

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Finesse Bridle remont in the color black with black padding and silver buckles and lacquered remont noseband.

An anatomical and round-stitched bridle with a unique neck piece that prevents pressure and muscle damage in the horse's neck and neck muscles. The bridle is equipped with a thin headband with stylish clinker in silver.

Size: Full (Can be ordered at home in size Cob & X-Full)
Colour: Black
Round stitch!

Info about the neck piece:
Have you ever tried to get a finger under the headpiece when you put the main team on the horse? Usually you can barely get a finger in even. Finesse Bridle has a completely different design of neck piece compared to other main teams on the market, the neck piece on these bridles and jaws is designed to distribute and reduce the pressure on the horse's neck. The technology behind the neck piece has been developed by engineers and experts in the field, who have also developed hospital mattresses for bedridden patients where bedsores and pressure ulcers are a common problem. The neck piece is made of a unique fibrous material that allows blood flow through the body (neck) regardless of how the horse is built. The names behind Finesse Bridles: A study done by 2 veterinary students and Dr. Adrian Harrison on 12 Icelandic horses showed that all horses got a much better movement through the whole body compared to a "normal" bridle. This means that the horse does not get the same overload of the muscles as with a "regular" bridle. It is not only the neck and neck that are positively affected by this neck piece, also Splenius & Brachiocephalius (which are the two myofasicial lines that have a great impact on the whole horse's movements, from the neck down to the hind legs). A more detailed report on the subject will be available from the Faculty of Health and Mechanical Sciences, University of Copenhagen at the end of 2019.

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