"All of our products are custom made to order which means they are unique to you and are made when your order is placed. Please allow 3-4 BUSINESS days for your order to ship. COSTUMES TAKE 5-7 BUSINESS DAYS. Please be aware seasonal (Halloween & Christmas) delays can occur. If you need it sooner, please call us to "rush" (rush fee will apply)."
If you’re searching for that unified “team” look, our sleazy face mask for horses can’t be beat! Made from the finest Lycra-blend fabric available today, this horse mask is perfect for drill teams, gymkhana teams, 4-H speed teams, and more. Use it as a medical wrap to hold bandages in place or, under a grazing muzzle or fly mask to prevent irritating rub marks.
Made in the USA
Crafted of premium Lycra, with reinforced seams
Perfect when you want a cohesive look for your group
Use as a medical wrap to secure bandages
Provides sun protection on bald-faced horses
Fits snugly; won’t drift into your horse’s eyes
High-strength Gütermannthread for extra durability
Wear under or over a bridle
Easy to put on and take off
Machine wash, air dries quickly
Our face masks for horses come in the standard pull-on style. Or, you can add a heavy-duty YKK zipper under the jaw which allows you to place the mask over a bridle.
For extra visibility, available in Hunter Safety Orange.
Our customized-fit system ensures your mini gets the fit you’re looking for. No one-size-fits-all like the other brands! But your horse isn’t average? Not sure what size your horse needs? Call us or use this Measuring Guide.
Easy on/Easy off
In general, most horses tolerate things pulled over their heads. Therefore, the face mask is easy to put on. First, pull on over your horse’s head. Center the eyes and ears in the middle of the holes. Adjust the noseband to keep the slinky face mask in place. Finally, your mask should fit smooth, like swimwear, on the horse’s head, but not too tight to create a rub.
Your slinky face mask contains 80% nylon/ 20% spandex fabric. Therefore, it is machine washable and air dries fast. Also, follow our simpleCare Instructions for best results. Wash your face mask at least once a week to prevent a buildup of bacteria.
A Mare’s Story:
“Hi! Can you help me? I suffer from severe photosensitivity. My pink skin under my white face is blistered, cracked, burnt and hurts something terrible. Help!”
This mare’s owner put her on a special diet that seemed to help but was also using a Sleezy Mask. “It is visibly apparent that the skin protected from the mask is healing better, with hair growth, than the unprotected. I have also tried stalling her, which she hates. It (the Mask) is also very attractive and holding up well too (she wears it constantly). I believe that it is comfortable for her too as she does not appear to try and rub it off. My mare’s hair has actually started growing back in the places that were covered by the mask.”