Fly Masks

Fly masks are designed to protect your horse’s head from annoying insects, which can both bite and suck blood, resulting in discomfort for your horse and even illness. In the summer fly masks, veils and hoods really come into their own. Tally Ho Farm stocks a range of horse fly masks to make your horse visible (Hi-Viz), create a barrier from the beating sun and ward off bugs. Browse our fly masks by the premier brands including Le Mieux, Horseware and Weatherbeeta and buy online today.


Armour Shield Fly Protector Half Mask With Ears
Armour Shield Fly Protector Half Mask With Ears
Half Mask Fly Protector with Ears (No Nose)
£24.50 inc VAT
Buzz-Off Zebra Fly MaskBuzz-Off Zebra Fly Mask
Buzz-Off Zebra Fly Mask
Fly Mask in a Zebra Print accompanies the Buzz-Off Full Neck Sheet.   Keeps insects away and blocks UV rays. One size only - XS
£16.00 inc VAT

Cashel Crusader Fly Mask Long Nose With EarsCashel Crusader Fly Mask Long Nose With Ears
£32.65 inc VAT
Cashel Crusader Fly Mask StandardCashel Crusader Fly Mask Standard
£24.99 inc VAT

Cashel Crusader Fly Mask Standard With EarsCashel Crusader Fly Mask Standard With Ears
£29.10 inc VAT
Horseware Amigo Fly MaskHorseware Amigo Fly Mask
Horseware Amigo Fly Mask
Fly Protection
£17.95 inc VAT

KM Elite Fly Mask Long Nose with EarsKM Elite Fly Mask Long Nose with Ears
£17.35 inc VAT
Le Mieux Acoustic Fly HoodLe Mieux Acoustic Fly Hood
Le Mieux Acoustic Fly Hood
Acoustic Ears! Soften Sound & Improve Performance.
£35.70 inc VAT

Le Mieux Hi Viz Signature Fly HoodsLe Mieux Hi Viz Signature Fly Hoods
£24.95 inc VAT
Le Mieux Signature Fly HoodLe Mieux Signature Fly Hood
£24.95 inc VAT

Roma Fly FringeRoma Fly Fringe
Roma Fly Fringe
Fly Protection
£5.50 inc VAT

Schockemohle Sports Lotta Fly VeilSchockemohle Sports Lotta Fly Veil
Schockemohle Sports Lotta Fly Veil
Lotta Chrome Fly Hood
£29.95 inc VAT
Schockemohle Sunny Fly Veil
£29.95 inc VAT


What are the key things to look for in a fly mask?

A fly mask must fit well, otherwise insects will be able to get inside. However, it should not rub too closely against the jaw, as this could result in sores. There must also be a raised area between the mask and the eyes and eyelashes, otherwise friction can cause corneal ulcers. Look for a mask with non-abrasive fabric and soft lining which will be gentle against your horse’s face.

Can you leave fly masks on overnight?

It’s best not to leave a fly mask on a horse or pony overnight. Flies won’t bother your animal at night, so they are safer not having a mask on. At night time your horse is best served by having maximum use of their peripheral vision.