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The NeXaver® Principle
NeXaver® bridles and halters take pressure off horses in many areas around the head. Their special construction distributes loads of pressure across extra wide straps, distributing the pulling pressure and providing enough comfortable space, where the horse needs it.
The fewer and more narrow the straps of a bridle are, the more the pressure and tensile gets put on the horse's head. Conventional snaffles and halters are, therefore, often too selective, since they produce pressure on the horse's head. Among other things, a horse can react to pain during work with tension, hardening of the muscles and unwillingness to work. The comfortable feel of the NeXaver® bridles encourages horses to chew in a relaxed manner. A loose neck area also promotes more looseness all the way into the back.
Explanatory video: NeXaver® Principle (45 sec, ENG)
As a trainer, I have experienced the bridle in the daily work of different horses, and I have to say that it is simply great! Not only does it help with the mare that won't let go of her bit, but also with a 4-year-old gelding which usually gets stiff in the neck, or the mature mare that likes to be leaning on the bit, I could go on and on! In short - NeXaver® is simply great!
Here I would like to tell you about my experience with the NeXaver® Bridle. First of all, I will give you a little insight on my horse and I. My name is Katrin Kressing and I am 43 years old and have been riding since I was 6 years old. Dressage riding, according to the classical English riding theory is for me a must-do. It means doing gymnastics that help to build up a horse... Click here for the report:
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Detailed test report including pictures of a customer: ➡️ Read Test Report (PDF)
Detailed test report including pictures of a customer, Master Equestrian and Riding Instructor: ➡️ Read Test Report (PDF)
"Ich vertraue in NeXaver und möchte Marcellino - wenn er soweit it - ausschließlich mit NeXaver Produkte ausbilden"
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