Tough-1 Softfleece Square Cooler

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Tough-1 Softfleece Square Cooler 
 
The Tough-1 Softfleece Square Cooler is designed to keep your horse warm while allowing moisture to slowly evaporate. On those chilly days, throw this cooler on your horse after an intense workout or after a bath. The Tough-1 Softfleece Square Cooler is also perfect for award gift!
 
Item Specifications:
Size:
90" x 96"
 
Size:
Fits horses size 72" - 81"
 
Note:  Running change on the this cooler.  Mixed stock. Piping color may vary.  

Product Reviews by Customers

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Needed a cooler to wick away moisture in the cold winter months. Works great. Got it at an unbeatable price.
Camille S on Aug 20, 2015
My horse gets wet after a long ride and I don't want him to get a chill
Crystal K on Feb 9, 2015
does a nice job cooling off the horses after a nice workout in cold weather
HUMBERTO C on Jul 7, 2015
Borrowed from the barn I ride in for my horse and I want one of my own
K L on Jan 15, 2015
Is this one size fits all?

It looks as though it fits rather loosely. Does it stay on?
Dale G on Mar 17, 2014
Best Answer: Yes. It is a one size fits all. It is somewhat large to accommodate all size ranges. It can fit loosely. I suggest tying the horse up somewhere where it won't move around much to help the blanket stay in place. Tying the horse up indoors will help avoid the issue of the wind blowing the cooler blanket out of place. Tying the horse up in a trailer also works very well.
Reply · Report · Camille S on Aug 20, 2015
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can the name of the farm go on the blanket?
A shopper on Nov 15, 2014
Best Answer: I had a seamstress put the names on both of the blankets I bought, they turned out great. Can't think of any reason you wouldn't be able to do the same with your farm name
Reply · Report · DEBORAH W on Nov 15, 2014
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