"As the Founder of Benefab® and an animal advocate, I'm always on the lookout for products that help and empower animals. One of my greatest passions in life is giving a voice to the voiceless—Seeing my products help ease animals' pain and anxiety is most rewarding.

When I came across the Hidez® products, I was skeptical but interested. When I received my first package, I was very pleased with the overall quality of the product. These products feature gauged compression—something Benefab® doesn't offer due to our proprietary fabric technologies—while targeting very similar acupuncture points as the Benefab® products do.

My bridle is covered in our Benefab® Poll Pads to target the TMJ points, Governing Vessel 24, and Poll Atlas. What I loved about the Hidez® Compression Hood (and why I'm bringing it to you): It targeted all of these areas in one, simple application. With the Compression Hood, my horse was calm, his jaw relaxed, and his eye remained soft. This is a wonderful product, and once mastering the art of pulling it overhead, it's very easy to use."

- Kat Chrysostom, Founder of Benefab®

Hidez Horse Compression Hood

As the Hidez Compression Hoods are created with impeccable quality in their hometown in Australia, please expect shipping to take 1-2 weeks.

  • Hidez compression hoods apply compression to acupressure points, the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and endorphin release points in the horse's head and poll.

    Use of the Hidez compression hood increases the blood circulation in the horse's head allowing more red and white blood cells, oxygen, vitamins and minerals to reach this area.

    Massage or compression to the GV 24 (governing vessel 24) and the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) will relax and calm the horse.

    Massage or compression to these locations will relax and calm the horse.

    GV 24 (governing vessel 24) is located in the middle of the horses head at the bottom of the forelock (as marked).

    Yin Tang is located midway between the horses eyes (as marked).

    The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is located midway between the outside corner of the eye and base of the ear on both sides of the horse's head (as marked).

    This TMJ joint is a very complex area of many connecting parts, incorporating a wide variety of tissues including bone, articular cartilage, tendons, ligaments, muscles, nerves, salivary glands and blood vessels

    This joint has the vital and challenging task of communicating with the rider via the bit.

  • Assists in Treatment of:

    • TMJ and Poll Issues
    • Anxiety Issues
    • Sinus and Breathing Issues
    • Focus and Behavioral Issues

    Helps Prevent:

    • Stall Weaving
    • Chomping of the Bit
    • Head Shaking
    • Cribbing
  • How to Fit your Compression Hood