Cashel Crusader Long Nose Fly Mask
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Offer your horse the ultimate in fly protection and a safe alternative to toxic and ineffective fly sprays. Rated #1 for comfort, design and fit by equine clinicians and publications, the Cashel® Crusader™ Fly Mask employs a patented three-hole cap design that ensures comfort, eliminates forelock damage and remains stationary whether your horse is in the stall or the pasture. The panels are constructed of soft-coated nylon micromesh that hovers above the skin’s surface, protecting the soft tissues of the eyes and forehead from flying insects and blocking 70% of the sun’s damaging UV rays. Edges and seams are bound with low-nap plush fabric that won’t attach to irritating burrs or bristles.
The Long Nose Crusader™ is equipped with an interior layer of fringe that lies on the bridge of the nose, repelling flies as it moves with the natural movement of the horse’s head.
Rated #1 by equine experts for design, comfort, and fit
Soft and flexible for maximum comfort
Durable and long-lasting
Keeps mesh away from the eye area
Offers 70% UV sun protection
Closure: Velcro tape
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I have a Belgian...will the warmblood size fit a draft horse?
I have a draft. Would I pick warmblood?
Best Answer: This mask runs large. I have a 14.3 hand appy mare and the 'horse' size is huge on her. The nose is so long is folds back on itself when she grazes so I am currently waiting for the Cobb size in hopes it will work better. Hope this helps you.
Has anyone used the Kensington CatchMask and done a comparison between the 2? I really need to invest in a good flymask but I am having a hard time deciding. I need the long nose masks but need to make sure they are durable and won't rub where the seam on the nose is.
Best Answer: Both work, especially the ones with ears. Kensington is a bit stiffer but easier to clean. Camel is a bit softer, made well, and may be a bit more comfortable. They are both loose enough that they don't rub the nose. They both wore when the mesh caught on something and tore. I think the Cashel lasted longer. My horse was really picky but he liked both of them.