This opens with a sour bergamot, grassy notes & a subtle hint of dirt. The texture is fuzzy, kind of like mimosa or suede. As it progresses, there's a whiff of peaches, then leather, musk & tobacco. The floral note is very faint, & thankfully l don't get any of the listed "metal tack". After the first hour it's very soft, & six hours in it's barely there.
According to the website, this is meant to be an "equestrian" fragrance, & apparently the name refers to the natural arc a horse's body makes as it takes a jump. There's very little of the barnyard that you might expect, though. lt's like a retro-style fruity, leathery chypre without the moss, & very understated. Not really my cup of tea, but l think it might appeal to chypre lovers of any gender.