Cashel Fly Sheet Belly Guard

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Fly Sheet Belly Guard by Cashel protects your horse from biting flies that congregate around the navel and sternum of the belly.

Product Details:

  • Ideal for protecting horse both in the pasture and in the stable
  • Soft, adjustable straps help maintain position to prevent shifting and offers superior protection
  • Lightweight to keep horse cool and comfortable
  • Combine with fly sheet & fly mask for total body protection
  • Medium: size 74-80
  • Large: size 82-84

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 7 reviews)

June 21, 2016
"Made modifications with duct tape to keep the guard on and the straps in place. It's been on for 3 days straight and stays in place. My horse no longer rubs his belly on the ground nor comes to me to scratch him. He's content what a relief for me. I hose his underside to rinse the guard and his belly leaving the guard on. it's summer so it dries quickly. Won't need it in the colder weather. What a great product so happy my horse doesn't have an itchy belly anymore. "

April 12, 2016
"I ordered a fly sheet belly guard for a 15.2 hand, average size broodmare. It did not fit. Too small everywhere. I appreciate being able to return it for a refund, but was disappointed with the fit."
April 12, 2016
"I really like the idea of this product but with the velcro, she rolled one time and it came off every time"
April 12, 2016
"I have a mare with sweet itch so bad it makes me crazy to watch her scratch her belly on the ground. I decided to try this belly guard to help her out. I did modify the way it attached to itself by adding D-rings to the mesh ends and blanket type leg strap hooks for the elastic ends. Without them it would come undone and always fell down around her legs on the back end. I also cross the straps differently to make it stay on. If Cashel would slightly modify they would have an excellent product but still worth it for me to make those modifications and give my mare some rest from the no-see-ums."
April 12, 2016
"So my horse got haebronema summer sores on his sheath. This worked great -- we got rid of the larvae and healed the sores before the end of fly season for the first time EVER due to being able to keep the flies off! "