Wet weather can be an all-year-round problem in the UK and some owners may feel they spend more time brushing mud off their horses and ponies than they do riding! However, thanks to NETTEX, you can significantly reduce grooming time by using NETTEX Muddy Marvel Seven Day Mud Away.
NETTEX Muddy Marvel Seven Day Mud Away is a unique product that prevents mud building up on all areas of your horse’s body. As the name suggests, it usually only needs to be applied once a week but this will depend on the severity of muddy conditions, and how much of a mud monster your horse is! This clever spray prevents mud balling up and sticking to the horse’s coat, feathers, mane and tail, which means cleaner, happier horses, less grooming time and more time for riding.
This fantastic product has been designed to use whenever your horse or pony is out in wet and muddy conditions. It can be applied before turn out, when riding on muddy bridle paths, even before an outdoor competition. It is not advisable to apply underneath the saddle, due to the risk of slipping.
The benefits of using NETTEX Muddy Marvel Seven Day Mud Away are numerous:
• Keep tails tangle free
• Keep the coat and legs mud free
• Reduce bathing time, particularly in winter
• Cut down the need for hosing legs with cold, icy water during winter months, which can encourage mud-related conditions
• Provide a barrier to protect skin from exposure to wet and cold mud
• Reduce unnecessary clipping, making winter grooming much more manageable
NETTEX Muddy Marvel Seven Day Mud Away is part of a whole Muddy Marvel range and is suitable for amateurs through to professionals. It’s a must-have product for every rider who wants to spend less time on the ground and more time in the saddle.
A consumer offer of 10% off is available on the Muddy Marvel range (excluding Muddy Marvel De-Scab) when you order through your preferred stockist between 11th January – 28th February 2021.
Consumer Offer 10% Discount (excl VAT)
Consumer offer price: £8.78*
* Per 500ml unit
For stockist information, visit www.nettexequine.com