Snuggie Quilted Draft Stable Blanket

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Product Summary:

Snuggie Quilted Draft Stable Blanket

Keep your horse toasty with the Snuggie Quilted Draft Stable Blanket! It’s great alone in the stall or combined with a turnout or protective sheet over it for use in the field. The handsome Navy and Hunter color combination is sure to make your horse look its best.

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
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Sizing InformationSizing Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
88In Navy/Hunter E002784 088 NVHG SR88 754888967176
90In Navy/Hunter E002784 090 NVHG SR90 754888996831
92In Navy/Hunter E002784 092 NVHG SR92 754888967183
94In Navy/Hunter E002784 094 NVHG SR94 754888968845
96In Navy/Hunter E002784 096 NVHG SR96 754888967190
98In Navy/Hunter E002784 098 NVHG SR98 754888996855

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Purchase exceeded my expectations.
Great product for the cost. Excellent product for the purchase price.
October 30, 2013
Good price, ok blanket
My belgian is much happier having a non-wool blanket as she is allergic to wool.. my only complaints would e the back belly strap should be moved forward a tad ( not a problem using it with my mare but I could see a gelding/stallion having an issue with how far back it is) adn the leg straps, elastic ones would be a much better idea as well as instead of having loops on the 1 end for the leg straps actually putting dee rings like other blankets. LOVE how it fits otherwise and the above "issues" would not turn me away from buying another one
January 13, 2012
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very few draft horse blankets for sale on line, I only found yours and one other in the super large size. my Clydesdale takes a 98-100" blanket which are hard to find
Douglas P on Nov 2, 2015
To donate to horse rescue, as the drafts don't have blankets
Teresa B on Dec 5, 2014
very few draft horse blankets for sale on line, I only found yours and one other in the super large size. my Clydesdale takes a 98-100" blanket which are hard to find
Douglas P on Nov 2, 2015
Standard largest 84" size just doesn't fit my Heavy Hunter cross. Difficult to find good selection in draft sizes
Debra K on Jan 13, 2015
To donate to horse rescue, as the drafts don't have blankets
Teresa B on Dec 5, 2014
Because my horse is 18 hands and my friends at the barn were calling his blanket a mini skirt.
MICHELLE G on Dec 3, 2014
Standard largest 84" size just doesn't fit my Heavy Hunter cross. Difficult to find good selection in draft sizes
Debra K on Jan 13, 2015
Because my horse is 18 hands and my friends at the barn were calling his blanket a mini skirt.
MICHELLE G on Dec 3, 2014
How warm does the Snuggie Quilted Draft Stable Blanket get?
PaigeyPony on Aug 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This is considered a very heavy weight blanket
Could you use this in the summer?
A shopper on Nov 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Well it depends where you are. The blanket is a good quality but not super heavy. I live in California and sometimes when the nights get freezing I definitely blanket my old arthritic horse. However, when the sun comes up I remove the blanket. You want to avoid the horse to sweat underneath it. Might want to check the furr if it is dry. If it starts to sweat I would remove it.Also when you blanket a horse it won't grow it's own Winter hair like mother nature has intended for them.