Shires Tempest 200g Stable Blanket

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Product Summary:

Shires Tempest 200g Stable Blanket

No frills value for money! No gadgets and gizmos, just straight forward functional products at a great price. The Tempest Stable Blanket is perfect for cooler spring weather and perfect as an extra layer when the weather is really cold.

Features:
  • 210 Denier polyester outer
  • 200g Poly Fill
  • Two front adjustable buckle straps
  • Adjustable cross surcingles
  • Tail flap and fillet string
  • D-rings for leg straps
Item Specifications:
 
Color:
Navy/Beige

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Works with cold dry weather and not so heavy as the waterproof that are needed during the wet,cold,frosty weather.
Diana M on Jan 15, 2015
what temperatures is this good for?
mckenna r on Aug 26, 2015
Best Answer: Honestly, it depends. Common sense prevails and these comfort ranges are intended to be a guideline that can be affected by wind, rain, and the winter coat or lack thereof of your horse: Lightweight blankets will keep a horse comfortable and healthy at 30 to 50 degrees, medium weight blankets (such as this one) are comfortable at 10 to 40 degrees and heavyweight blankets are comfortable from 0 to 30 degrees. Below 10 degrees, a second blanket or a blanket liner should be added, and possibly a neck cover or hood as well.
Your best indicator is to check your horse during different temperatures. Feel under the blanket at the shoulder, ribs, and haunches. The horse should feel warm but not hot, and most definitely not sweating.
Most blankets will indicate whether they are considered lightweight medium weight, or heavy weight. Sheets have no insulation. This Shires blanket is a medium weight at 200 grams.
Please bear in mind this item you submitted your question is under is a stable blanket, not meant for use out in the weather. If your horse is turned out you probably should purchase a turnout blanket.
Also, spare blankets and sheets are always a good idea to have on hand if layering is necessary or if the one the horse is wearing gets damaged.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Aug 26, 2015
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does this blanket have hock starpes?
A shopper on Oct 3, 2014
Best Answer: The item does not come with hock straps
Reply · Report · Diann HStaff on Feb 18, 2015
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