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This unique Stübben bridle Freedom respects your horse‘s anatomy and biomechanics.
Grants full sight field to your horse
The horse’s field of vision, which is often constrained by the cheek pieces of ordinary bridles, is fully preserved by Stübben’s innovative of cheek pieces design.
The bridle fully preserves freedom of movement for the horse‘s ear
Just like the horse’s eyes, also its ears are crucial for the horse’s communication with the rider. As neither the headstall nor the browband cross any of the horse‘s 16 ear muscles (4 front muscles, 4 rear muscles for each ear) no pressure can possibly be exerted on any nerves and venes. The FREEDOM bridle hence preserves full freedom of movement of the ears.
Sustains your horse‘s natural joy in moving
The special position of the headstall and the throat strap keep the horse‘s sensitive areas in the neck and the throat free from pressure. The horse‘s flight instinct will not be triggered. Instead of causing discomfort and refusal, the horse can fully unfold its natural joy in moving.
This is the first bridle that was developed considering all anatomical characteristics of the horse‘s head. Consequently, the stress often caused by conventional bridles, will not occur with this bridle. Your horse will feel at ease.
The special features of this design are:
1. Full sight for your horse
2. Full freedom of movement for the horse‘s ears
3. No pressure on neuralgic areas of the horse‘s head (main facial nerve, muscles of the ears, neck and throat)
4. Sustains your horse‘s natural joy in moving
Available in size Cob upon request.
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