Episode from the podcastHoof Falls & Footfalls

"Can a horse wear a fly mask during an adaptive riding lesson?"- Ask an Adaptive/Therapeutic Horseback Riding Instructor (#9)

Released Tuesday, 13th April 2021
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Ask an Adaptive Riding Instructor is a mini-series answering questions submitted from instructors all over the globe!

In this episode I answer the question: "Can a horse wear a fly mask during an adaptive riding lesson?" 

While answering the question I'll talk about:

  • Safety considerations when an equine wears a fly mask during a lesson. 

  • My preferred "layering" of the fly mask with other equipment. 

  • Important actions and thoughts to take before deciding if a horse wears a fly mask during class 

  • Is a fly mask a good fit for every horse? 

  • Are there any standards that say horses can/can’t wear fly masks during lessons?  

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