Finesse Jumping Bridle


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New from Finesse- a bridle for the jumpers! Featuring a narrow noseband and flat leather, this bridle allows jumpers the opportunity to have their horse enjoying the benefits of Finesse.

Finesse bridles have been ergonomically designed to give your horse the best possible fit, comfort and performance. A seriously stylish flat leather bridle, using the best English leather, Finesse has created this exceptional bridle which will reduce pressure and give your horse comfort through use.

Your horse will look and feel fabulous when using Finesse.

Available in Black and Brown.

*Reins not included

More about Finesse:

No ordinary Bridle

Have you tried to get your finger under the head piece when your bridle is on your horse?

​When you buy a Finesse Bridle, you will not have this problem. These Bridles have a completely unique head piece, which is designed to distribute and reduce pressure in the poll and neck of your horse.

Technical material

The technical padding material used behind the headpiece has been developed by engineers and experts for the hospital industry where it is used for hospital mattresses to avoid issues of pressure sores. The material used is not memory foam instead a unique fibre material that allows for free blood flow, no matter the anatomical shape of the horse.

Veterinary Study

A study taken by veterinary Dr Adrian Harrison on 12 Icelandic horses has shown that all the horses had a significantly better movement through the body when wearing a Finesse Collection Bridle as compared to a standard Bridle.

The improved movement is a result of reduced pain strikes. A pain strike is termed as an overload of the muscles. The neck and muscles Splenius and Brachiocephalius which are the two myofascial lines that have a big impact on the entire movement of the horse from the neck down to the hind legs. Late 2019 the study and a detailed report will be available from the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen.