The Horseware® Amigo® Evolution Fly Sheet uses science-based color technology to offer effective insect protection to horses. The integrated design with neck cover has UV protection, a soft absorbent net body and silky lining. The super-sized tail flap, belly flap and deep sides offer maximum all-over protection.
Most insects cannot perceive the colors orange or aqua because their vision centers on different sections of the electromagnetic spectrum. Use of these colors in the fly sheet serves as a natural deterrent to insects.
The Evolution also features Horseware's Disc Front Closure System, which weighs only 35 grams and attaches with Velcro. It's super-light and easy to use plus a spare disc is included.
Integrated design with neck cover
Soft, absorbent net body with UV protection
Nylon lining on mane, chest and tail to prevent rubs
Aqua and orange color naturally repels insects
Horseware Disc Front Closure, light, safe, easy to use
I bought two of these Evolution sheets-one here at JFP for my small pony and one elsewhere for my 16.3 horse. Both sheets have been in use for less than a month and both have torn during turn out. My boys are quiet when they are turned out-they don't romp nor wrestle. I'm really disappointed as I had high hopes for these magical 'invisible' sheets.
I gave the sheets two stars because they are cool and comfortable and seem to keep the flies at bay, as advertised. They are, however, useless with gaping holes in them.Polly
Aug 18th 2019
Pretty and functional
After a week of wear the sheet is doing well. Sure can spot the pony in the pasture. He is very allergic to the gnats and deerflys so the extra coverage is great. Well made for sure. Unknown
Jul 10th 2019
Great Quality - Works Well
This is a nice quality product and is lightweight enough to be using in Southwest FL on moderately hot evenings.
We use it when we turnout our small white Welsh Mountain Pony in the EVENING to protect him against our “No-See-aims” (i.e. gnat like). We started using it in September while it was still 80-85F at night.
The pony seems to like wearing it as well. Jennifer
Nov 3rd 2018