Weatherbeeta Bugbeeta Detach Neck Fly Sheet

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Product Summary:

Weatherbeeta Bugbeeta Combo Mesh Fly Sheet

Give your horse the ultimate fly protection with a soft and durable fine polyester mesh outer. The smaller holes of the fine mesh protect the horse from even the smallest biting insects. This fly sheet is perfect for horses with insect allergies. The bugbeeta has a freestyle tail flap that is darted on the sides so the horse’s tail is free to move. It also features a removable belly band which offers adjustability and is contoured to the horse’s body to provide comfort.


·         Traditional side gussets

·         Freestyle tail flap

·         Removable belly band

·         Removable web/elastic leg straps

·         Polyester mesh outer

Item Specifications:

Color: White/Cobblestone

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I have owned several WeatherBeeta sheets and blankets. They always last.
KAT M on May 31, 2016
My wife, former TX state quarter horse champion, has been using this blanket for years.
Ben R on Sep 7, 2015
Will be using this summer to make my horse more comfortable when I am not riding.
Toni R on May 22, 2016
I have currently have 2 Weatherbeeta fly sheets and they have lasted 2 California summers which is 6 to 9 months of the year. My horses will be wearing those sheet again this summer and my new horse gets a new Weatherbeeta sheet.
Laurie D on May 13, 2014
If your horse in in between sizes for fly sheet. Is it better to go up or down a size?
A shopper on Jun 16, 2015
Best Answer: Hi I live in S. Fla, therefore my horses live in their flysheets from April until October. The mosquitos, house flies, biting flies, and the summer big black horse flies.... just after winter season here in Wellington, and everyone leaves, the flies are a battle, starts raining ugh mosquitos..... Hence why I choose the Weatherbeeta, as it is light, and airy. So easy to wash, no need to dry, after spin cycle in washer it's pretty dry. I love that it is white, to reflect heat. NOW- to answer your question...... I go with a size smaller because, if you get it with a tail guard ( the piece that covers the tail end ) the mares tend to pee on them if sized up. A gelding you can go with their size, or one up. Girls stick with their size, or one down. I cut my tail piece off of one of them, she holds her tail sideways to pee vs. up, messy girl!!! They are true to size, by the way, and they last very well! LOVE THIS FLY SHEET. Stateline has GREAT PRICES on them. Hope it helps..... :) GF - Wellington, Fl.
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Does this sheet protect against mosquitos?
A shopper on Jul 5, 2016
Best Answer: It absolutely does! I also use fly sheets on the legs ( different brand). Having said that, there's still a lot of skin from mosquitoes to attack so I do use mosquito spray on the horses at night if necessary. I have been using this brand for fly protection for almost 15 years and it's the only fly sheet I will use.
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I have purchased the Kool coat UV fly sheet, however my veterinarian says that the mesh sheet will sufficiently block uv rays. I live in Arizona, and it's really too hot for my mare to wear the heavier uv sheet. However she has pink skin, and so she needs protection. Can you advise?
Kim A on Aug 7, 2014
Best Answer: I don't know if I can answer your question satisfactorily, but I will tell you my observations. First, I am impressed with the quality, and the ease with which I can fasten it to our little mare. I have no scientific or experimental data to confirm the claim that it blocks 70% of UV rays (can't recall if the claim is for generally "UV rays," or notes UV A and UV B rays). But I can report that her coat does not appear to have faded, with this caveat: When the heat index hits 95 degrees I put her inside. Based on my observations of the other horses at our stables using a fly sheet, I have not seen any that outperform this one. I would recommend it. Good Luck!
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