Snoring horses keeping you up all night? Horse too worked up about the Breeder's Cup later today? It's alright, all horses are dealing with those kind of jitters. The difference this time around is that you will be prepared with the Flairstrip equine nasal accessory.
You know the nasal strips you see football players always wearing and you secretly put on your loved one to prevent snoring — this is the same concept, but a little more horse-facey. The big strips sit on the horse's nostrils to reduce the resistance in breathing, fatigue, lung stress and more.
The stylish, all-black design is also not very obvious to the other horses around the track, so horse self-esteem is something to not be concerned with anymore.