Originally Posted by OkieGal
Not sure if this was the best place to put it but here goes.
I plan on getting my horse a blanket as the night time temperatures dip down to the mid 20's. Daytime temps are 30-50 as Oklahoma is extremely fickle and ever-changing in its weather.
He isn't on free choice hay but gets about 5 to 6 flakes of hay a day.
My question is should I use a turnout blanket or a stable blanket?
My horse has a fairly thick coat but he's on the thin side so I want him to stay nice and toasty.
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If you want him to be as warm as possible, Going with the turnout blanket is probably the best bet. Maybe not entirely nessessary, but 30-50 degrees is really cold for daytime! I would maybe even layer a stable blanket under a turnout blanket if it were that cold where I live!