Design Your Own Rug Colouring Contest!
We thought a bit of school holidays fun was in order! For all youths 14 years and under, we are offering a fun 'Design Your Own Rug' colouring contest. Simply...Read more
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Why may it appear my rug is leaking?
Even in cold weather, your horse will perspire, and if a garment does not have sufficient breathability, the moisture (from perspiration) and difference in outside/inside air temperature will build up as condensation on the inside of the rug. This will make your horse uncomfortable. For any turnout rug to keep your horse comfortable on the inside, both the outer fabric and the lining also need to be breathable.Read more
Waterproofing in horse rugs
Understanding how your synthetic turnout gets its waterproofing can be so valuable in understanding how to care for your rug and how to test if you think the waterproof is failing.Read more
What's does tape sealed seams mean in horse rugs?
Sealing seams are an important part of horse rug construction, as they help to prevent water and moisture from seeping through the seams and into the rug. There are several different types of sealing seams that are commonly used in horse rugs, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.Read more
What kind of stable rug should I use on my horse?
Stable rugs are a type of horse rug that is designed to be worn indoors, in a stable or barn. They are typically made from a heavy, warm material such as wool or fleece, and are designed to provide insulation and comfort to the horse while they are stabled. In this article we discuss the different types.Read more
How can you over rug your horse?
Over rugging is a term used to describe the practice of putting too many rugs on a horse, or using rugs that are too heavy or warm for the weather conditions. Over rugging can be harmful to horses, as it can cause them to overheat, become dehydrated, and even develop health problems.Read more