Say goodbye to blanket stress with these tips!

Say goodbye to blanket stress with these tips!

During the winter months, there's always some stress about choosing the right blanket for your horse. Fortunately, our range includes a variety of blankets suitable for all situations. While each horse is unique, in this blog, we're eager to share some guidelines and tips to help you make the best choice!

What should you consider when choosing a blanket?

When selecting a blanket for your horse, several key factors should be considered. Firstly, does your horse have a thick winter coat? If so, a blanket might not be necessary when the natural coat provides sufficient insulation and warmth. However, if your horse has a thin coat or is clipped, it would be beneficial to use a blanket. For horses going outdoors in rain, snow, etc., a waterproof outdoor blanket is recommended. If your horse stays mainly in the stable, you might opt for a stable blanket. These blankets are thickly filled but not waterproof. Additionally, age plays a vital role; older horses tend to lose heat more quickly than younger ones.

Choosing the right filling

The choice of blanket filling depends on the situation and temperature. If your horse spends the entire day outside, opt for a thicker filling than if it stays in the stable all day. Below, we'll provide some blanket tips for various winter temperatures and scenarios.

From -10° C to +5° C in the stable:

From -10° to +5° outside:

From -10° to +5° transport:

From -10° to +5° training:

In addition to these blankets, our range includes many more options with various fillings and functions. Be sure to explore it to discover more blankets.


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