NEXAVER® NYLON FLEECE HALTER
NeXaver® Halters with two neck straps are versatile handling halters with strong precautionary functions.
The NeXaver® Nylon Fleece Halter has soft padding of cotton fleece under the noseband and neck strap. The two neck straps allow a lot of room to guide the horse from the neck and at the same time prevent a long-term stress on one particular spot.
This halter is designed for the daily handling of the horse and serves to prevent neck problems and minimize any further risks for the horse.
Halter fabric: Nylon
Padding: Cotton fleece
Chin and throat straps adjustable in length, with flat spring hooks
Weight: approx. 620 g (1,36 lbs.) in size FULL
Please notice:This halter is not a halter to use for grazing on the field – you will find grazing halters here.
NeXaver® halters and bridles are always easy on the neck. When in contact with the horse on a daily basis, this halter provides significant relief for the occipital bone and for the attachments of the paired neck strand/neck cord. The distribution of pressure over two neck straps protects the individual vertebrae, muscle attachments, nerve tracts and bursa sacs, thus minimizing the risk of blockages and inflammation in the neck area. At the same time, a positive effect is noticable for all connected muscle groups in the neck, shoulder, back and up to the hind leg.
When pulled, the horse automatically receives an alternating impulse with each step thanks to the additional halter strap instead of constant pressure in the neck area. This impulse not only works downwards, but also alternately signalizes the horse to move forward. This results in a high level of wearing comfort for the horses with the consequence of increased well-being.
NeXaver® halters are protected as utility model DE 20 2017 107 013 and a patent pending.
NeXaver® Handling Halter with two neck straps are designed for daily, preventative handling of the horse.They also provide special protection for certain scenarios:
- during loading and transporting
- horses that rip themselves out of their halter when tied up
- head-shy horses that tend to rise
- horses on the lunge
- horses, which are in education
- foals that are still particularly frail in the neck area