Headshaking is an unpleasant condition, in which a horse repeatedly makes violent head movements, usually from top to bottom. It happens more often during exertion, but sometimes also in the stable or in the country.

You can reduce or exclude certain risk factors with the following products:
Environment (Sun, wind, rain and snow): eQuick eVysor Goggles
Respiratory system (pollen, dust, allergy): Equilibrium Net Relief Muzzle Net
Dermatology (Insects, ear infection): Verano Multie Flymask
Sensitivity to sound: Schockemöhle Silent Fly veil

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