Autumn And Winter Soft Horse Blanket

$159.00
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Soft cotton terry gives this cooler a bathrobe-like feel for your horse. This towel sheet is protective and great for use after bath or exercise. Two detachable surcingles and the simple front closure make this blanket easy to use. This is a superior sheet with a great fit.

Features:

  • Ideal cotton cooler for after bathing or cooling out
  • Simple front closure
  • Detachable single surcingles
  • Tail strap

Technical description:

Material: 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton.

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How do I know if my horse is getting too warm under his blanket?
Richer Saddlery
If your horse is starting to sweat under his blanket, he’s too hot. But this isn’t always obvious, so look for the subtle signs. On cold days, for instance, horses naturally gravitate toward sunlight. This strategy for warming up is effective—enough that you might notice steam coming off the front of the blanket or around the horse’s withers. In those cases, they’re getting too hot,  and it’s not necessarily the extra heat that’s the issue; it’s the damp. Once the sun goes down, they’re going to be wet, and they’re going to be cold, and they’ll start to shiver. He likens it to how you’d feel if you worked up a sweat mucking out stalls in a down coat and then walked outside into the cold: “Your insulated materials are now damp, and you get cold faster. Horses are the same way.”
How to put on a horse blanket?
Richer Saddlery
1. Secure the horse in place with a headcollar. To prevent the horse from moving off while you’re putting the rug on, put the headcollar over the horse’s head and fasten it in place. Tie the headcollar’s lead rope to a wooden beam.2. Fold the rug in half and lay it over the horse’s back. Walk to the horse slowly when you’re carrying the rug, and approach from the front so the animal can see you. Place the material over their back slowly and gently. Aim to set it directly in the center of the horse’s back. If you carelessly throw the rug over, it might frighten the horse or pony.3. Unfold the rug on the horse’s back. Spread the folded rug out once it’s in place on the horse. The rug should cover the horse’s entire body, from their withers all the way back to their rear. It should hang a few inches below the horse’s belly while still allowing the animal to move freely.4. Fasten the breast straps in front of the horse. Reach around the top of the horse’s neck and bring the rug together in front of the animal’s body. Fasten the breast straps together using the buckles or clips attached to the rug. Fasten these straps first in case the horse or pony panics and tries to run away. If it does panic, the rug will slip backwards and the horse can step out of it without damaging the rug or harming itself.
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