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Has anyone seen or had any experiences with any of these products?

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        12-10-2013, 09:17 PM
    Has anyone seen or had any experiences with any of these products?

    I just found this while looking for specific gloves to buy. I was looking around at what else is offered from this website when I came upon this stuff.

    Anyone seen any of this or heard anything about it?

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        12-10-2013, 10:45 PM
    Sounds like a huge waste of money.
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        12-11-2013, 05:23 PM
    Sounds like it could or should be pretty heavy to put on the horse in the first place.
    Now if this was a "cool suit" like race care drivers wear...for that you need tubes, wires, cooling gel, ice and a source of current.

    You're talking about putting a "soaking" blanket on a horse and it cooling them???
    Think about that.
    If you bathe your horse it is recommended you then scrape the excess water off so it doesn't super heat and become a heating element not a cooling & refreshing experience.
    I would think this "blanket" thing would work along the same principle.

    I agree with LHP....save the money.

    Go rinse the horse, scrape the moisture and allow the horse to "fluff" their coat to cool same as they fluff their coat to gain insulating warmth...

        12-11-2013, 06:54 PM
    Oh, I wasn't interested in buying anything. I was just curious.
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        12-14-2013, 12:41 PM
    Sounds like something for someone that's too lazy to walk their horse for an extra 10 minutes after a ride to cool them out naturally. Also, I concur with the statement regarding scraping water. Maybe it's some kind of space-blanket material that actually does what it says, but why not let them cool down naturally? What a bizarre product!
        12-14-2013, 02:00 PM
    How is it different from a regular cooler?
        12-15-2013, 04:19 AM
    Sounds like just another gimmick. A waste of money for me. I conccur with above statements. Want to cool a horse in hot weather use a tad of cooling linement or alcohol (increases evaporation time) in the water. Makes good brace for tired horses as well.

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