Cashel Quiet Ride Belly Guard

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Cashel Quiet Ride Belly Guard

$26.99

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Product Summary:

Cashel Quiet Ride Belly Guard
 
Our Belly Guard is soft and super light weight to ensure your horse’s comfort and confidence while protecting him from those pesky biting flies and gnats that sometimes congregate around the navel and sternum. Use to keep your horse fly free while you ride or the belly guard is perfect for protecting your horse in a stable setting.  Can be worn alone or under saddle.
 
Specifications: 
 
Color:
Black
 
Size:
Adjustable One Size Fits Most
 
 
Directions for use: 

It is the responsibility of the Customer to determine if your horse will be comfortable with this product and its' closeness to sensitive parts of his/her body.

The Belly Guard is designed with two long adjustable elastic straps for the front and two for the back.  The front has a plastic triangle divider that should center on your horse's chest.  The back has a piece of nylon webbing to hold the elastic straps together.  The webbing on the back should center on the top of your horse's rump with the label up.  All four elastic straps have Velcro on the ends with corresponding pieces on the Belly Guard.
 
  1. Hold the Belly Guard in front of your horse, facing your horse with one front elastic strap in each hand.
  2. Place the left strap around his/her shoulder across the withers placing the soft Velcro piece in your right hand. Let go of the right strap and push the Belly Guard back through his/her legs.
  3. Place the left strap around his/her shoulder across the withers placing the soft Velcro piece in your right hand. Let go of the right strap and push the Belly Guard back through his/her legs.
  4. Place the left strap around his/her shoulder across the withers placing the soft Velcro piece in your right hand. Let go of the right strap and push the Belly Guard back through his/her legs.
  5. Smooth the Belly Guard back across his/her belly and with the nylon webbing piece in your left hand reach around the back of your horse’s rear leg and take the nylon piece in your right hand.
  6. Take your horse’s tail and put it through the opening between the back of the Belly Guard and the nylon webbing piece.
  7. Bring the elastic straps up over his/her rump and attach the soft Velcro at the end to the corresponding piece on the Belly Guard
  8. Make any adjustments necessary for a snug fit and to keep the Belly Guard firmly against your horse’s belly
Item Number Model Number UPC
E002186 QR-BG 804381009443

Product Reviews by Customers

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Bev R on Jul 21, 2018
Need to devolope a bandage to for my horse's belly wound.
LUELLA W on Sep 5, 2015
practical
Bev R on Jul 21, 2018
I choose the belly guard to try for the first time. Any option to give additional protection over a long period is worth trying.
Donna L on Jun 5, 2018
Need to devolope a bandage to for my horse's belly wound.
LUELLA W on Sep 5, 2015
My horse is allergic to gnats and needs extra protection in this area.
SUZETTE K on Dec 23, 2013
I choose the belly guard to try for the first time. Any option to give additional protection over a long period is worth trying.
Donna L on Jun 5, 2018
My horse is allergic to gnats and needs extra protection in this area.
SUZETTE K on Dec 23, 2013
what is this for? and will it hellp me with mmy horse
A shopper on Oct 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello, Please see below for the manufacturer's product review

Our Belly Guard is soft and super light weight to ensure your horse’s comfort and confidence while protecting him from those pesky biting flies and gnats that sometimes congregate around the navel and sternum. Use to keep your horse fly free while you ride or the belly guard is perfect for protecting your horse in a stable setting. Can be worn alone or under saddle.
TT Paint Pony: How did you reconfigure it? Would love to see pictures of how you modified it. We bought 2. One horse ripped it apart and had it hanging on one side of him. I am reluctant to try it on the other one until I modify it to her fly sheet. Great idea, but yes, like it was said before, lacks in the execution. Velcro isn't big or secure enough to do the job. They need to be wider strips of velcro, with that double flap over it to secure it. ANd the straps are ridiculous. THe directions were not detailed enough, and their needs to be more pictures of how the straps are supposed to work. I went to the craft store to get more velcro and straps. But I would like to see how TT Paint Pony rigged it. Probably wont buy again unless I can reconfigure the straps so it stays on and safely attaches to a fly sheet. I have a few ideas....
Melody B on May 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: When I took it out of the package I knew it wouldn't work for what I thought it would..Needs way better strapping for sure maybe if they modified it to fit over the hind quarters /to come down and around the legs and hit about 4' higher up belly might work..as it is didn't keep any gnatzy bugs from getting up under belly or mare udder area ... horse people usually don't mind paying a good price for something if it works well.and lets face it horse stuf doesn't come cheap as they are BIG animals.~ good luck trying to modify..if you find anything else might work let me know
can you use this in turnout??
Barbara P on Feb 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes I don't have a problem with them
Has anyone had success adding this (with modifications described above) to a fly sheet without a belly guard? I am using a Kool Coat airstream fly sheet and want to add protection for the belly.
Heather C on May 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I was going to try to use this in place of a fly sheet for my mare that is extremely sensitive to fly bites. However was unable to keep it on her, so it is tucked away barely used. So back to the fly sheet with belly guard. How she crawled out of it I'm not sure, but I don't think it was on her 24 hours.
is it for teasing?
A shopper on Nov 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I used it on my gelding to keep the flies off his parts. He is prone to summer sores. It works well but had to be tightened a bit to fit. No small size available for Arabs. Must be cleaned, rinsed out at least every other day.
What the heck is this thing?
Carol W on Jun 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi! I use this for fly sensitivity! My mare gets sores on her belly every summer, and this has really helped with this!
Bought one, but having trouble getting it on. Does anyone have complete instructions, hopefully a picture of the way it is supposed to go over/around the tail?
Lora V on Aug 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hold the Belly Guard in front of your horse, facing your horse with one front elastic strap in each hand.
Place the left strap around his/her shoulder across the withers placing the soft Velcro piece in your right hand. Let go of the right strap and push the Belly Guard back through his/her legs.
Place the left strap around his/her shoulder across the withers placing the soft Velcro piece in your right hand. Let go of the right strap and push the Belly Guard back through his/her legs.
Place the left strap around his/her shoulder across the withers placing the soft Velcro piece in your right hand. Let go of the right strap and push the Belly Guard back through his/her legs.
Smooth the Belly Guard back across his/her belly and with the nylon webbing piece in your left hand reach around the back of your horse’s rear leg and take the nylon piece in your right hand.
Take your horse’s tail and put it through the opening between the back of the Belly Guard and the nylon webbing piece.
Bring the elastic straps up over his/her rump and attach the soft Velcro at the end to the corresponding piece on the Belly Guard
Make any adjustments necessary for a snug fit and to keep the Belly Guard firmly against your horse’s belly
what size are these there are three sizes available?
A shopper on Jun 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This is listed as one size fits most, a horse around 800- 1000 lbs.
Can it be used with saddle?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes!