Thick warm rug keeps the chill off while your horse works on the walker.
Many stables have the luxury of a hot walker to cool down horses after strenuous work or for routine exercise. While using this contraption, many horses need extra protection and this uniquely designed rug offers protection while allowing the horse's front end to be unrestricted by binding fabric. The smooth feel of this warm thick rug makes it a pleasure to use and stylish to look at.
1200D ripstop 100% Polyester. Filling 200g. 3000mm/3000mvp.
Machine wash at 30 degrees. Air dry.
The shape of this rug is designed to allow the horse full range of motion of his shoulders while walking on the hot walker or being led. Great for cooldown.
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So far I had the previous model in use for years. The new model is in no way inferior: It is solidly processed and waterproof even in continuous and heavy rain. The blanket is also very good for wider horses. I do not use it in the horse walker, but as a nirmale outdoor blanket. It does not restrict the horse's front, and with the chest free, it is not a problem if the horse can not be uncovered on a warmer day. A plus over other models is also the smooth lining. As a result, the blanket, unlike fleece-lined, always slips back, and also in the change of coat relatively little hair in the lining hang. The new model seems to be a bit bigger than the old one; I used to have 145 cm; the Nevda fits perfectly in size 135cm. The only point of criticism: I would like a similar blanket with a slightly thinner feeding for warmer days!
Well-fitting blanket, light yet warm. Use it as a grassland blanket (finally no more scrubbed areas on the pony). Plus point is definitely the smooth lining, I would always prefer fleece. Had the previous model, which was still without ripstop and leg cords, a real improvement. Turns out quite generous.
Blanket is very functional, fit is good. The blanket is waterproof and warm.
On my island has raged for three days a storm with up to 90kmh and continuous rain. The blankets (two horses) look wet at the top, but below is dry and warm. Thumbs up! I did not think that keep the blankets dry. When the dry season is still short - perfect. Another advantage - the horses do not sweat.
My horse is sway backed so this may be why the rug always moves over to one side- its a fairly warm rug though and doesnt rub