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Equestrian Hire

Jeffries Falcon Kineton & Combination Nosebands Brown


Regular price £100.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £100.00 GBP
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The new Combination Nosebands are now in stock. They aren’t Jeffries though but Stephen’s & they have brass buckles. Available in black and brown.

How the hire works - Deposit £157 for Combination & £100 for Kineton.

You pay the full price of the noseband in advance which includes 1st class signed for delivery and if you want to return it after 2 weeks, then once I have received it back, I would refund you less the hire fee of £30 for the Combination & £25 for the Kineton plus original delivery charge of £5.50.  Subject to my terms of hiring. There is a guaranteed next day (business day) option at checkout. Standard delivery is 1 - 2 days and is included.

If you want to purchase only, the price is the same.

Kineton Noseband

Originating for animals who would be uncontrollable at high speeds, this noseband often cited as being more severe than the others listed above. It works by transferring bit pressure from the rider's hand to the nose.

 However, it is possible that it may work not because of pain, but because the horse responds better to noseband pressure than to bit pressure (which can be painful and cause the horse to run out of fear). The kineton has metal half-rings that pass under the bit, and a leather strap that sits below the bit and over the nose (which it does not encircle) about where a drop noseband would cross.

There is no strap to keep the horse's mouth closed. This noseband should only be used with a snaffle bit (which should be slightly wider than usual to take into account the half-rings), and a running martingale so not attached to the noseband. This is most commonly seen in eventing on the cross-country phase, and in show jumping.  This noseband is most suited for horses that are hard pullers, allowing the rider to ride lightly with a mild bit and still stop a strong horse. It is also popular for use on hot horses, to get them to trust the bit and relax.