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A Sho-Fly is used to keep the fly's away. It's usually attached to the breast collar or under the girth of a saddle. When the horse moves the sho-fly swings back and forth and keeps the fly's away.

A sho-fly is made of tail hair attached to a clip or ring. The top knot can be made with horsehair needle knots in a round ball shape or hitched horsehair in a variety of diamond designs.

 

 
 

A Sho-Fly can be anywhere from 8 inches to 14 inches depending on the length of tail hair being used.

 

There are three clip styles available for sho-fly's see the example pictures below.
Round Ring Cross Over Clip Pull Clip
Round Ring Cross Over Clip Pull Clip
Here a few more examples of sho-fly's

Body Color: Brown

Top Ball: Needle Knots

Cross Over Clip

Body Color: Flaxen

Top Ball: Needle Knots

Round Ring
Body Color: Black

Top Ball: Needle Knots

Round Ring
Here a few more examples of sho-fly's

Body Color: Brown

Top Ball: Hitched Top

Cross Over Clip

Body Color: Black

Top Ball: Hitched Top

Cross Over Clip
Body Color: White

Top Ball: Hitched Top

Pull Clip
 

 

 

Body Color: Brown

Top Ball Color:
Black, Red & White

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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