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Please make sure that all returned items are returned with the delivery note / invoice within 28 days normally.
Any items returned for reasons other than defects must be unused.
It is difficult for Treehouse to accept returns of items made specifically for the customer.
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NB: Due to our Covid 19 protocol returns are taking a little longer to process than normal as we are putting the packets into quarantine before opening them, please be patient and they will be sorted asap.
SALE: All labels and never used but slight mark on EVA foam on inside of collar.
The NEW COLLIER by FREEJUMP® connects your hands with the neckline and maintains a frank and direct contact with the mouth. Recognized by top riders and used in many riding schools worldwide, the NEW COLLIER by FREEJUMP® caters to both professional and amateur riders.
PÉNÉLOPE LEPREVOST : “This collar is amazing, it has a real calming effect on hot horses and it is perfect for students at work. It is well suited to my riding.”
1 collar, 2 elastic bands, 2 T rubber handles, 2 colors available (black, brown)
Developed with Eric Navet, backed by Ludger Beerbaum, the FREEJUMP® COLLIER solves many problems encountered with difficult, upset, sensitive, too voluntary, and horses with delicate and problematic mouths.
It improves the position and balance of the rider and is an effective tool to developing a lighter hand.
Made out of EVA foam and leather, the FREEJUMP® COLLIER is maintenance-free and can be washed with water.
The FREEJUMP® COLLIER hooks to the saddle’s rings and must be properly fitted to the neckline thanks to two adjusting loops.
The adjustment of the length of the elastic depends on the will of the rider or her/his coach to work with a more or less high hand.
The ideal setting is obtained after several trials and must allow the hand to be able to act to both the mouth and the base of the neckline.