Are flying insects making your horse’s life a misery every time you ride? Other than the liberal application of fly repellent and a fly fringe, there has been little riders can do to protect their horses from these pesky creatures – until now.
Equilibrium, the company that brought the equestrian world the competition-legal nose net and stretch-and-flex flatwork boots, has developed the Net Relief Riding Mask to combat this awkward problem.
The mask attaches easily and neatly to the bridle with Velcro straps, and can be left in place while tacking up and untacking. The fine mesh ensures that the mask does not interfere with the horse’s vision so the rider can be confident that that the horse can see clearly.
The mask is designed to leave ample space between the mesh and the eyes, eyelashes and face, and is an excellent modern alternative to fly fringes.
The mask is available in small, medium and large sizes in a choice of all black or black with a fluorescent trim. It normally retails at £14.99, but Frogpool Manor is now offering this must-have piece of equipment for just £12.50.
To take advantage of this fantastic offer, which is available during August 2004 only, click here.
Alternatively you can check out Frogpool Manor’s wide range of top quality equestrian products at: www.frogpool.com