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2016年10月4日

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The mask you see on horses is the fly mask. These masks protect all horses from pesky flies and other flying insects, like gnats and mosquitoes. It’s not for horse’s comfort that’s at stake, however; flies and mosquitoes can carry contagious illnesses and diseases. So the fly mask protects all horses.
Also fly masks offer some protection from low-hanging branches or prickly plants that could poke his eyes. The masks also protect his eyes from pollen, dust and pieces of hay. Some masks are designed to fit over a bridle so they can be worn during riding, making dusty arenas more comfortable for horse on dry, windy days.
You can find a fly mask useful for horse and gets a cut or abrasion on his face, both to protect it from further injury and also to keep flies off the wound. Veterinarians prescribe fly masks for horses recovering from eye surgery or medical conditions in which the eyes are sensitive to light. There are also specialized masks that offer greater eye protection with a molded eye cup.
Don’t confuse fly masks with the gear you see horses wear in competitions like racing or polo. Race horses wear cheek pieces called blinders or blinkers that keep their vision focused forward and protect their eyes from dirt and mud. Polo horses have goggles and visors to protect their eyes from polo sticks and flying balls during play. Chariot racehorses also have protective eye wear to keep dirt and mud.
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