DEVELOPED BY VETERINARIANS & BACKED BY SCIENCE
When horses work hard during exercise, the unsupported tissues overlying the nasal passages collapse, making it harder to breathe. FLAIR® Equine Nasal Strips are drug-free, self-adhesive strips that gently support the soft tissues over the horse’s nasal passages to make breathing easier. Learn about the science >
Experience the Benefits of FLAIR Strips
OPTIMIZE YOUR HORSE’S HEALTH & PERFORMANCE
Horses at lower levels of competition often work as hard as those at higher levels. FLAIR Strips reduce the effort needed to move air in and out of the lungs, resulting in less stress on the lungs during exercise and a faster recovery after exercise. Help protect your horse and perform your best during training and competition.
The spring-like action in FLAIR Strips supports the soft tissues over the nasal passages to reduce the tissue collapse that occurs in all horses during exercise to make it easier to breathe in oxygen.
Horses don’t tire as easily so they can work longer and harder.
Horses wearing FLAIR Strips have been shown to use 5-6% less energy during intensive exercise.
Supporting the nasal passages during recovery helps horses cool out more quickly.
PROTECT FROM EIPH (LUNG BLEEDING)
FLAIR Strips help prevent the fragile pulmonary blood vessels in the lungs from rupturing during exercise.
HOW TO APPLY & REMOVE
“In a sport where everybody is talking about marginal gains, I believe that FLAIR® Strips give me the edge. Not only do the Strips make breathing easier, but they also improve recovery from intense exercise, meaning my horses can stay at the top of their game longer!”
“FLAIR® Strips are an important part of my program throughout the season and have been for a number of years. The Strips are an effective way to help my horses breathe easier, recover faster and perform better.”
“Having used FLAIR® Equine Nasal Strips on a variety of my horses, I have been delighted with their results. The Strips certainly aid the horses that are thick winded and don’t take their breaths naturally whilst galloping.”