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Snuggie Quilted Stable Blanket

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Product Summary:

A top quality stable blanket at a great price, the 368 grams of fiberfill in the body will keep your horse toasty! This blanket is great for use itself in the stall or combined with a turnout sheet over it for use in the field. The 600 Denier outer shell helps resist tears around the stable. Satin nylon lining prevents uncomfortable rubbing and polishes the coat. Removable elastic hind leg straps are perfect in case of windy days or for those horses that are escape artists!
 
Features:
  • 600 Denier outer shell, made tough to resist tears
  • 368 grams of fiberfill in the body
  • Satin nylon lining to resist tearing and rubbing of hair
  • Low cross surcingles
  • Double buckle closures at front
  • Removable elastic hind leg straps
  • Please note, sizing runs small
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nice & warm for my older horse
Mary Ann N on Jul 21, 2015
I wanted a stable blanket for use in the stall so I can save his turnout blanket for the pasture. Since he has a leak in his stall that I have not been able to solve (at a reasonable cost), I purchased this blanket because it is water repellent. That will help. I intend to eventually waterproof it if that is possible without negating the warranty.
LOIS C on Dec 16, 2014
I already have one and am very happy with it.
DEBBIE R on Mar 5, 2015
My current horse blanket for very cold nights (in the teens and low 20's) and for my older horse, tends to have wet areas along the seams and the sides of the blanket in the morning. Is this a problem for this blanket? I'm thinking it is a "breathe - ability" problem with the materials, or how it is made ....
Linda W on Jan 17, 2016
Best Answer: I, too, have found wet areas along the seams and sides of the blanket and that is because my horse will lay in his stall in the wet shavings. This has not posed a problem for my 30 year old but I am considering waterproofing this blanket after the season when I wash and waterproof his blankets before putting up for the spring and summer. I would consider it a real problem if he were laying outside in the wet grass or ground and it was thoroughly wet through and he was wet underneath. If this is what you are finding, you may want to switch him to a light or medium weight waterproof blanket at night. In the stall, I don't have a problem. Hope this helps you. Lois Callahan
Reply · Report · LOIS C on Jan 26, 2016
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My 15hand quarter horse is wearing a weatherbeta winter blanket, size 81, for temporary purposes and I was wondering what size you would recommend to get for him with that information on this brand? Thanks!
Jeanne B on Nov 24, 2014
Best Answer: Measure your horse for the correct blanket size by following these easy guidelines:
1) Stand your horse square.
2) Place your measuring tape at the center of the chest.
3) Measure from the middle of the chest to the center of the tail one side. and that is the horse's blanket size.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Dec 4, 2014
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My 16.3 OTTB is a size 82. Should I get an 84 or 86 since they say this blanket "runs small"?
A shopper on Oct 13, 2014
Best Answer: It is recommended that you go up in sizing
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Oct 29, 2014
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