Protect your horse against insects with the Kentucky fly rug.
- Ultimate protection and ultimate comfort
- No pressure on the chest and withers thanks to the closure
- Comes with neck part
- Mesh fabric provides air permeability
- Prevents chafing on the mane, chest and tail due to the liner
The fly sheet offers excellent protection against any insect. This makes the blanket very suitable for horses with sensitive skin. The blanket is equipped with a special three-point closure. This closure reduces pressure on the chest and withers, ensuring comfort during grazing. For extra protection there is a neck part at the blanket.
Fabrics & materials
The fly sheet is made of a dense mesh fabric. This keeps almost all insects away and is very strong. The blanket is therefore an ideal meadow companion for many summers. Because the fabric is smooth on the inside, it has a soft feel and no hairs hang in the blanket. Thanks to the light color of the blanket, it reflects the sun's rays and does not retain heat. The fine mesh fabric also ensures good air permeability. The chest, mane and tail area are lined with a smooth polyester lining that prevents chafing.
Shape & size
The fly sheet is anatomically shaped to stay in the right place, even after rolling. The chest piece is closed by means of a strong Velcro closure and the special three-point closure. The three-point closure allows you to adjust the blanket better for an even better fit. To protect the abdomen there is a special belly flap. This flap is fastened by a Velcro strap and three straight abdominal girths. Because the flap is close to the horse, you prevent insects from flying into the blanket through the sides. The tail flap is slightly longer than normal and has an elastic inside. The elastic allows your horse's tail to stay close to the blanket and provide more protection. The detachable neck part is provided with a thicker and stronger weave, which prevents it from slipping down. Since the reinforcement is placed on both sides of the neck, it does not exert direct pressure on the mane.
The fly sheet is washable at 30 degrees, then let it air dry.