Fairfax Rio Headcollar

Regular price £180.00
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Fairfax Rio Headcollar

Commissioned by the BEF to improve the comfort of Team GB horses during the long journey to Rio, this headcollar is based on two and half years’ of scientific research.

It features the Fairfax headpiece which significantly reduces pressure and enables the horse’s swallow mechanism to operate comfortably when eating & drinking during travel.

The Rio Headcollar is:

  • Cushioned with pressure-absorbing Prolite on the headpiece, cheek pieces and noseband
  • 30% lighter than most other travel headcollars generally used
  • Hand made in our Walsall factory from Sedgwick's first selection leather using quality brass fittings

An engraved brass nameplate is included with each headcollar

Colour Black, Brown
Sizes

Fine
(for ponies and small horses)

Standard
(for horses in full size bridles or large Fairfax Performance bridle)

Large
(for large heads in extra full bridle or XL Fairfax Performance Bridle)

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Our saddle fitting process is dedicated to the comfort and performance of both horse and rider. 

We work from high-level competition riders to happy hackers but our dedication and support to each client remains unchanged. As a Registered Qualified Master Saddle Fitter in the North East approved by the Society of Master Saddlers we are qualified in much more than just measuring for and testing for saddle fit.  We are committed to bringing confidence and harmony to every partnership through saddle comfort and wellbeing.

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