Horseware Rambo Stable Sheet

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Product Summary:

Horseware Rambo Stable Sheet


Rambo® Stable Sheets are designed to help keep your horse clean during the summer months. They are extremely tough and durable with a 1000 Denier Polyester Outer. Classic original cut, straight front closures and two criss-cross belly surcingles with tail cord keep this stable sheet in place.



·         1000D Outer

·         Classic original cut

·         Straight front closures

·         Two criss-cross belly surcingles

·         Tail cord


Item Specifications:



Navy with Navy & White trim


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what temperatures is this good for?
mckenna r on Aug 26, 2015
Best Answer: This is truly just a heavy sheet. There is no insulation. It is perfect for my mare who runs hot when the temperature dips below 40 degrees F in Southern California. She sweats if I put anything heavier on her, but when she needs just a little something to keep the warmth in, this does the trick. She destroyed her last stable blanket which had light insulation. I figured it was because it made her too hot. Think of this sheet as putting on a light jacket or summer sweater.
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how to use
leg straps?
A shopper on Jan 2, 2016
Best Answer: Mine does not have leg straps, just the two criss-crossing belly straps and one tail or butt strap, whic fits snugly under the tail about half way up the legs. The straps work well to keep the sheet in place - this is the first cover of any kind she hasn't managed to rip apart and remove.
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