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        08-11-2011, 06:19 PM
    ^ That is what my snuggy hoods one does, except it also has elastic at the top that you pull tight so it isn't just pulling down on the piece of velcro.
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        08-12-2011, 07:30 PM
    I use these tail bags: - Day Bag: Showerproof Denier
    They are shower proof so can be worn all through winter, not like the horrible cotton ones that get saturated and drenched in mud, doing nothing to protect the tail.
    They are an extremely good fit, and protect the entire tail. I've never had one come off a horse! Can't recommend these tail bags highly enough, once Billy is old enough to wear a tail bag I'll be buying one for him too, they're just brilliant!
        08-12-2011, 07:44 PM
    ^ I have one! I ordered it too long though so never used it much, and just gave it to a friend to use on her larger horse, she loves it.

    When I'm rich again I'll get one for Lucy!
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        08-12-2011, 08:46 PM
    In the winter I use VetWrap which I buy in bundles from SmartPak or Schneiders. Summertimer, I use a tail bag.
    Ultraflex® Lycra Tail Bag in Tail Protection at Schneider Saddlery
        08-17-2011, 07:25 PM
    My Kensington tail bag came in today! I got it in SmartPink Plaid to match Devas fly mask! I am VERY impressed by the quality. The stitching is very good, and the material seems to be very durable, and the velcro is strong! The only thing that concerns me is the length, it seems long, and I'm a bit worried it will be too long for Devas slightly less the 15hd glory. If the tassles do trail the ground I might just trim them and maybe tie some long, frayed pieces of baling twine to the velro strap to serve as a fly swatter.
        08-17-2011, 07:30 PM
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    Have you tried a tail guard with attachable tail bag? If you are just worried about keeping it clean then it's a great solution! I have a horse in my barn that I regularly groom to prepare for shows that is GREY and has GI tract problems (aka he likes to poop all over his white tail) and that is the only thing that saves it!

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