Cashel Quiet Ride Extended Nose Mule Mask w/Ears

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Cashel Quiet Ride Extended Nose Mule Mask w/Ears

$30.99

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Product Summary:

Cashel Quiet Ride Extended Nose Fly Mask With Ears Mule Size
 
With the same design and quality as the Cashel Crusader pasture fly mask, the Quiet-Ride™ is sheer and translucent to allow your horse to see clearly with out impairing his vision on the trail. The Quiet-Ride™ can be worn either over or under the bridle and is lightweight, comfortable, and nonrestrictive. Be confident your horse is protected, giving you a much quieter, safer ride.
 
Features:
  • Same design and quality as the Crusader pasture fly mask
  • Can we worn over or under your bridle
  • Extended nose
 
Item Specifications: 
Color:
Black
 
Material:
Nylon mesh face
Nylon micromesh ears 
 
Size:
Mule 
Item Number Model Number UPC
E002184 QRMHLE 804381009238

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Every summer, my mule basically gets eaten alive by flys even while on medication and fly replent stuff.

The mask provides additional protection.
MICHELLE M on Jun 18, 2014
Every summer, my mule basically gets eaten alive by flys even while on medication and fly replent stuff.

The mask provides additional protection.
MICHELLE M on Jun 18, 2014
The horse/deer flies are chewing the heck out of Moo's face and nose already this year. He spends time in the barn days and goes out nights to graze but the bleeding is really getting to me. I really hope this does the trick!
Kaye N on May 13, 2014
The horse/deer flies are chewing the heck out of Moo's face and nose already this year. He spends time in the barn days and goes out nights to graze but the bleeding is really getting to me. I really hope this does the trick!
Kaye N on May 13, 2014