- - Evil Blanket
|Cadence ||02-11-2010 11:19 AM |
My horse wears two blankets to keep her warm during our NY winter. One blanket is not water proof so it goes on first. The second is water proof and has a "turtle neck".
The only problem is the under blanket appears to be rubbing a bare spot and a section of her mane is missing. Her mane is very long and I do not wish to cut or braid. Any one have advice to save the mane!?
|ilovestitch ||02-11-2010 09:50 PM |
Yeah a sleezy is going to be your best bet
|Tasia ||02-12-2010 08:05 PM |
But are the sleazies water proof?
|Seahorseys ||02-12-2010 08:17 PM |
no, I put a hood over mine.
|BritishReiner ||02-12-2010 08:35 PM |
If you want to keep her warm and totally protected you can also get sleazies that cover the entire body. We use them for shows to protect but they can be used every day too. Just be sure to get one that has a zip neck as they are much easier to get on/off. http://buysaddles.com/images/product...ysleepwear.jpg
No a sleazie is not waterproof.
|Honeysuga ||02-12-2010 09:01 PM |
Could you scotchguard it(the sleazy)? I used to do that to my blankets and pads... It makes it waterproof...
|Seahorseys ||02-12-2010 09:56 PM |
i don't know how well that would work seeing as how it is so stretchy. But I didn't buy a sleazy with a face because I was afraid of her pasturemates pulling it over her eyes and causing a huge mess. I would be very careful about the chance of that happening.
|JadedEyes ||02-13-2010 02:04 AM |
My horse would have a meltdown if I put that thing on him.
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