Equilibrium Net Relief Muzzle Net

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Equilibrium Net Relief Muzzle Net from Pegasus Health

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Net Relief® Muzzle Net is one of the most effective products in controlling the symptoms of head shaking.

Unlike traditional nets that cover the whole muzzle, its contoured, shaped design covers only the top half of the muzzle. Once in place, it is unobtrusive, allows saliva to escape from the mouth freely and does not interfere with the horses breathing. It can remain on the bridle at all times and places no restriction on the type of bit or noseband used.

Fully Adjustable, Equilibrium Net Relief® Muzzle Net is attached to the noseband via hook and loop straps, which allows it to be adjusted up, or down and tailored to every horse. The Nets are easy to replace and refills are available in the pack.

The results of 'Net Relief' in clinical trials at De Montfort University in the UK were outstanding:

  • 79% of the animals experienced an improvement in symptoms
  • 84% of respondents said Net Relief® Muzzle Net was easy-to-use
  • 88% of respondents said Net Relief® Muzzle Net had an attractive appearance on the horse
Totally unobtrusive and permitted by British Dressage and British Eventing for use in competition (see rule applying to the use of muzzle nets for each organisation).



I have a five-year-old stallion who has recently started head-shaking. It came literally overnight, about a week ago and was very extreme. I was being thrown around in the saddle and was leaning back not to get hit on the face.

Yesterday I managed to get hold of a net relief muzzle net (I did think, at £29.95, it was expensive for just three small pieces of nylon!). I was absolutely amazed today when I took him out for over an hour of fairly hard exercise, including through long grass, and he tossed his head a couple of times at the start and then it completely stopped! He also seemed more manageable going past other horses - normally, he is not an easy guy to take out.

Suzi, July 2013

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