- Protects against flies, insects, dust and debris
- Exceptionally transparent, durable and comfortable
- U.V. Protection
- Simple on/Simple off
- Not recommended for use while jumping
The Simple Ride Mask is for use when riding to protect your horse from insects, dust and debris. It easily attaches to your bridle with velcro closures.
“I spend most of my days in the saddle and want my horse to be as comfortable as possible. The Cavallo Ride Fly-Free Mask is a wonderful product for the trail rider. Nothing is more distracting than trying to keep my horse’s face, especially his eyes, clear of pesky flies while out of the trail. Now, with the Ride Fly-Free Mask, I don’t have to worry about that any more.”
Janine Wilder, author, Long Rider, an avid trail rider, and traveler
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Here's What YOU'RE Saying - Thanks for Taking the Time to Tell us How Happy you Are!
The Tiny Terrors are Pleased!(Why do we get the feeling the Tiny Terrors don't give out their seal of approval willy-nilly?) "Our Tiny Terrors did wonderfully with their new hoof boots this weekend. Definitely planning to invest in more! Thank you for catering to our minis! That's Hailey with Lucile and Lucyfur!" - Heidi Worral, Facebook
Boots Stay Put in a Thick, Muddy Bog"Just wanted to let you know how impressed I am with your Trek Boots. I recently hit a huge mud bog while riding my horse. We sunk into the mud almost up to her belly! She struggled to get out of the bog for some time, and yet both front boots were intact and remained on once we were out safe! Your product is awesome!" – Cheryl Lynn Oikle – Canada BCHBC Member
Hoofs ProtectedThis one made us stop and think: "I have just had to replace my mare's hoof boots after about two years. She can't be shod on the backs - Can you imagine the damage that would be done to her feet if she didn't have her boots?" - Claire Churchhouse
Annabelle Knows Best"Gotta love Cavallos! Have so many pals fighting with different brands of boots and they always give me the same answer: "but Cavallos look so clumpy." Sorry guys - l have never left a Cavallo in the mud, never had a boot full of water after crossing a river, never had one pulled off by a hind leg on the mountains and never had a stick caught up through a plastic loop in the forests... l popped my mare's boots on a pal's pony once, after her pony went lame on a ride. This pony had never worn boots before. l cut the toes off a pair of ski socks to protect the pasterns and sent the pair on their way. They did a full endurance ride of 30 miles, and came in second! One teeny rub on her pastern. Seven ponies that day were hopping lame from the rocky section, and two were boxed from the course. My friend called her farrier as soon as she got home and she now has both her horses unshod, and both in Cavallos! She has not had one lame day since using boots, and never lost a Cavallo. This same friend tried a lighter brand boot once since because she was told they were fab... It sure made me laugh when they were up for sale within an hour of her ride finishing! One boot fell off, and one got a twig caught in the strap. Luckily her Cavallos were in her saddle pack and she said she would have left the other set on the hill of they hadn't cost her over £200 a week before... Hahaha, GO Cavallo! My Wonder Boots! - Annabelle Worsley, UK
Our Wendy is Da Bomb!"Hi there! I just called in to ask a question and got Wendy on the line. She is really great! We didn't talk long but her care and passion came right through. So much so, that I had to read all your bios! I'm glad to be working with such a great team. I hope my pony loves his new boots! (He's barefoot but we just started learning to drive and he'll be pounding the pavement soon). I'm really looking forward to using these boots. Thanks, you guys!" - Judith Andrew If you also want to know who's on the other end of the phone when you call us, click HERE!
What YOU'RE Saying - April 2020
I have tried a variety of boots and have found SIMPLE Hoof Boots to be by far the best boot. They can be put on and taken off easily and I would best describe them as being “user friendly”. SIMPLE Boots are extremely good quality and wear well. I use SIMPLE Boots on horses with injury, for transport and for day to day training.”
David Hall, Australian trainer currently training in Hong Kong. During his training career in Melbourne, he was famous for training "Makybe Diva" to the first of her three successive Melbourne Cup victories in 2003.
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