Snuggie Quilted Stable Blanket

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Product Summary:

Snuggie Quilted Stable Blanket

Great for use by itself in the stall or combined with a turnout sheet in the field, this top-quality blanket boasts 420 grams of fiberfill in the body to keep your horse toasty! The 600 Denier outer shell helps resist tears around the stable, while the 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
  • 420g fiberfill
  • Satin nylon lining to resist tearing and rubbing of hair
  • Low cross surcingles
  • Double buckle closures at front
  • Removable elastic hind leg straps
Item Specifications:

Sizes:
70", 72", 74", 76", 78", 80", 82", 84", 86"
Please note: Sizing runs small.

Colors:
Navy/Hunter
Black/Silver
Burgundy/Black

Fill:
420g fiberfill

Weight:
Heavy

Downloadable Resources
Sizing InformationSizing Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
70In Black/Silver E002783 070 BKSL SR70B 754888993335
70In Burgundy/Black E002783 070 BUBK SR70BG 754888972811
70In Navy/Hunter E002783 070 NVHG SR70 754888800251
72In Black/Silver E002783 072 BKSL SR72B 754888993359
72In Burgundy/Black E002783 072 BUBK SR72BG 754888972699
72In Navy/Hunter E002783 072 NVHG SR72 754888800350
74In Black/Silver E002783 074 BKSL SR74B 754888993366
74In Burgundy/Black E002783 074 BUBK SR74BG 754888972736
74In Navy/Hunter E002783 074 NVHG SR74 754888800459
76In Black/Silver E002783 076 BKSL SR76B 754888993380
76In Burgundy/Black E002783 076 BUBK SR76BG 754888052544
76In Navy/Hunter E002783 076 NVHG SR76 754888800558
78In Black/Silver E002783 078 BKSL SR78B 754888993403
78In Burgundy/Black E002783 078 BUBK SR78BG 754888052551
78In Navy/Hunter E002783 078 NVHG SR78 754888800657
80In Black/Silver E002783 080 BKSL SR80B 754888993427
80In Burgundy/Black E002783 080 BUBK SR80BG 754888052568
80In Navy/Hunter E002783 080 NVHG SR80 754888800756
82In Black/Silver E002783 082 BKSL SR82B 754888993441
82In Burgundy/Black E002783 082 BUBK SR82BG 754888972798
82In Navy/Hunter E002783 082 NVHG SR82 754888800855
84In Black/Silver E002783 084 BKSL SR84B 754888993465
84In Burgundy/Black E002783 084 BUBK SR84BG 754888972835
84In Navy/Hunter E002783 084 NVHG SR84 754888800954
86In Black/Silver E002783 086 BKSL SR86B 754888051011
86In Burgundy/Black E002783 086 BUBK SR86BG 754888972705
86In Navy/Hunter E002783 086 NVHG SR86 754888993533

Product Reviews by Customers

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to keep my horse warm
elaine p on Jan 20, 2017
it was recomended by a friend
Ramiro H on Dec 12, 2016
to keep my horse warm
elaine p on Jan 20, 2017
it was what i have been looking for.
Jannette b on Dec 15, 2016
it was recomended by a friend
Ramiro H on Dec 12, 2016
nice & warm for my older horse
Mary Ann N on Jul 21, 2015
I already have one and am very happy with it.
DEBBIE R on Mar 5, 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
it was what i have been looking for.
Jannette b on Dec 15, 2016
nice & warm for my older horse
Mary Ann N on Jul 21, 2015
I was looking for a heavy winter blanket. And came across the Snuggie Quilted Stable Blanket, which I loved with a past horse. In studying the picture noticed that some of the pictures show the belly straps are not correctly crossed front to back. They shouldn't be straight from one side to the other?
A shopper on Oct 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you look at how the straps are stitched to the body of the blanket, you will see that the straps are lined up appropriately. Stable blankets are different from the turnout blankets. They are generally not waterproof and will not handle rough usage. Some stable blankets do have straps that cross under the belly, and others such as above, do not. Don't forget to cross your leg straps. That helps prevent the blanket from shifting too far to the side. I usually make my leg straps loose enough so as to give some movement, but I make sure the strap doesn't hang below the hock, but rather about an inch above it. This allows for the blanket not to get pulled back as the horse walks. Hope this info helps. Happy trails. Lois (aka Sue)
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
How warm is it. Down to what temp?
Trisha P on Jan 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This is a light summer, early fall blanket. It is good for when the temps unexpectedly drop and your horse's summer coat needs a little boost . It is not water proof, but does a good job shielding wind. It is fairly light-weight material so I wouldn't expect to use it as a turnout blanket.
How do you measure for blanket?
A shopper on Jan 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Stand your horse as square as possible. Measure from the center of the chest along the side of the body to the point of the horse's hindquarters just before the tail. If your horse ends up measuring between sizes, choose the one closest to your measurement unless your horse is particularly big-bodied.
Measuring is usually best done with a helper and a soft or cloth measuring tape. Take the measurement twice to be sure.
Here is a link with a visual: http://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/WB_Blanket_Fitting19.jpg
Is this blanket good for cold and windy winter days?
Jessie on Dec 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would say probably not. That is because it didn't last long enough to see. My horse is kind of hard on blankets and he wore it only 3 times before ripping it to shreds. I ended up buying a much less expensive canvas blanket for this winter and so far it has lasted very well. I do live in Southern California and it usually only gets down to the low 30s at the coldest. So much for spending more money on a better blanket. Sometimes basic and not fancy is better.
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.
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