Epic Classic Zebra Ride-On Fly Rug - Broad Fit
HEAVY HORSE ZEBRA RIDE ON FLY RUG
This heavy horse zebra ride on fly rug provides the ultimate protection against biting insects, helping alleviate your heavy horse from the stress of summer flies whilst horse riding. Our heavy horse zebra ride on fly rug has scientifically and customer proven results!
Where innovation and design merges with science, the zebra pattern on this heavy horse ride on fly rug was created based off the scientific studies from Susanne Åkesson and Tim Caro where it was discovered the black and white stripes cause the flies to be dazed and confused deterring them from landing on the pattern.
Our heavy horse ride on fly rug is designed specifically for big shouldered horses and the heavier breeds to accommodate the broader chest, shoulders and apple-bottom.
- Cut from our Broad Fit size chart for heavy horses and ponies
- Innovative scientific zebra print pattern
- Soft, breathable polyester mesh outer
- Breathable, antibacterial and antistatic polyester lining at the chest, shoulders, over the mane and tail flap
- 2 pieces comprising of a front piece and back piece
- Twin Epic chest buckles
- Double locking velcro fastening at the neck and wither
- Tail fillet string
- Available sizes Small - Extra Large
Epic Broad Fit heavy horse neck covers are designed for a thick muscular neck typically found in the Natives breeds, Cobs, Iberian Horses, Hunters, Maxi-Cobs and Draft horses.
|HEAVY HORSE RUG SIZE||RIDE ON HORSE FLY RUG SIZE|
|5'9 - 6'0||SMALL|
|6'3 - 6'6||MEDIUM|
|6'9 - 7'0||LARGE|
|7'3 - 7'6||EXTRA LARGE|
All Epic heavy horse rugs are carefully hand packed in a complimentary, reusable zip-fastened storage bag for easy carrying and to keep your tack room tidy when not in use.
MODEL: Annie, 18hh Clydesdale wearing Extra Large Broad Fit
Very practical design. I haven't had a chance to test it properly on a day with a lot of flies about so cant comment on its effectiveness but it scare the warmblood next door. He jumped out of his skin on seeing my giant Zebra and needed a bit of reassurance that it was actually just his friend in disguise.