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March 8, 1938. 2,110,465 T. H. LITTLE FLY GUARD Filed March 12%, 1936 WIIIIJIWWWII INVEN TOR Thomas H. LittLe M ATTORNEY Patented Mar. 8, 1938 2,110,465 ATENT OFFKTE NETED STTES 2,110,465 FLY GUARD Thomas Herberth Little, Brandon, Manitoba, Ganad 21. Application March 12, 1936, Serial No. 68,509 In Canada March 12, 1935 2 Claims. (01. 54—81) This invention relates to improvements in a fly guard and appertains particularly to such an ap pliance that is readily attached to any conven tional set of harness affording protection for and strap, but the rear section reinforcing band or strap isrplain and ?nishes both front and rear with a' simple ring 8. relief to a ?y pestered animal. snap hook 9 is provided and approximately in line therewith the front section A, which is sub stantially longer in its transverse dimension than the former, though somewhat narrow-er, carries a ' An object of the invention is to provide a fly guard of advanced design and composed of two transversely extended sections lying one on each On each front corner of the' rear section B a side of the back pad or more speci?cally one similar snap hook on its forward edge on each between the hames and back pad and the other side of centre. between the back pad and breeching strap. A further object of the invention is the pro In applying this ?y guard in place, the spaced rings 8 on the front end of the bifurcated band‘ vision of a fly guard of any suitable fabric of light weave or net with a reinforcement along 15 the longitudinal median and snap fasteners on the forward edges to each side of the said reinforce-_ ment. A still further object of the invention isv the provision of a ?y guard of the nature and forv the 20 purpose speci?ed that is'characterized by struc 1O - or strap 6 on the front section A slip over the top of the hames and the snap hooks 9 thereon attach to the small rings normally occurring on 15 the hames just above the traces: The rear sec tion B connects by its front and back reinforc ing band rings 8 to the back pad and breech ing strap respectively while its front corner snaps 9 join to the ring at the junction of the traces tural simplicity, light weight, durability, e?iciency Y and back pad, all as shown in Figure 1. From the foregoing description taken in con and low costof manufacture whereby the same is rendered commercially desirable. To the accomplishment of these andrelated 25 objects as shall become apparent as the descrip nection with the accompanying drawing it will be manifest that a ?y guard is provided that will ful?ll all the necessary requirements of such a 25 device but as many changes could be made in tion proceeds, the invention resides in the con be more clearly described when reference is had to the drawing forming a part of this disclosure, the above description and many apparently wide ly different embodiments of the invention may be constructed within the scope of the appended claims without departing from the spirit or scope thereof, it is intended that all matters contained in the said accompanying speci?cation and draw ing shall be interpreted as illustrative and not in wherein like characters indicate like a limitative or restrictive sense. struction, combination and arrangement of parts as shall be hereinafter more fully described, il lustrated in the accompanying drawing and 30 pointed out in the claims hereunto appended. The invention will be best understood and can parts 35 throughout the several views. Having thus described the invention what is 35 In the drawing:— Figure 1 is a side elevation of the device in position on a Work horse; and claimed as new is:-- 1. A fly guard for use in combination with a set of harness including a front ?y net section dis Figure 2 is an enlarged diagrammatic plan view of the component parts of the ?y guard. posed between the hames and back pad of the This device as illustrated comprises two main parts which may be denominated the front and animal, said net having a median reinforcing strap bifurcated at its front end, the ends of said bi furcations being provided with rings for connec back fly guard A and B respectively. These sections are made of any suitable fabric or net harness and adapted to cover the shoulders of an 5 as they lie disposed transversely of the animal tion with attaching means on the hames, and the rear end of said median reinforcement being provided with a ring for connection with attach may be tasselled. ing means on theback pad. 45 though preferably of light weight and their ends . Along the longitudinal median of the co - posite device is a reinforcing band or strap 6, that 50 on the front section A being bifurcated or’ di vided at its forward end 1 on the end of each arm of which is a ring 8 while a similar ring occurs on the rear end of the front section reinforcing ' ’ ' 2. A structure as set forth in claim 1, in which the lower forward portions of the net structure are provided with attaching means for engage 50 ment with-the hames. THOMAS HERBERTH LITTLE.