Mayatex San Juan NZ Wool Saddle Blanket

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Mayatex New Zealand Wool San Juan Solid Western Saddle Blanket

Natural, durable, breathable wool has been protecting horses and saddles for generations. The gorgeous, simple heavyweight San Juan saddle blanket is woven thick and substantial in the traditional, time-honored manner. Perfect for matching your western show outfit.




·          Flat “no curl” hem stays straight

·          Substantial and dense for unparalleled padding and comfort

·          Deep, vibrant color

·          Natural New Zealand wool breathes and wicks away moisture


Item Specifications:


Size: 36”L x 34”W



New Zealand Wool

Here are a few tips to help you prolong the use of a wool blanket:

  • Beat and brush the blanket - every few days, simply slap the blanket against a door, pipe, fence, etc. Then use a soft to medium stiff horse brush (not a metal curry comb), and brush the hair and dander from the blanket. This won't take more than 5 minutes of your time.
  • Wash the blanket - every 60 to 90 days, wash the blanket in a tub of cold water. For best results, put your blanket in a tub of water and let it soak for a least an hour. Then, as best you can "wring" the blanket in the water, then "wring" it out of the water.
  • Hang the blanket over a rail - (like the top rail of a fence), and with a soft to medium brush, lightly brush the blanket on both sides. Let the blanket air dry completely, then slap it against a door or fence until it feels as soft as a brand new one.

    It is best not to use soap when washing wool blankets. The blanket will retain much of the soap (even soaps made specifically for wool). When the blanket becomes wet with sweat, the residual soap may seep throughout the very porous wool, and irritate a horse's back.

    After a few washings, the color will of course begin to fade. This has no bearing on the usefulness of the blanket in serving its true purpose. You might find that you prefer an older, faded, soft blanket next to your horse's back. After all, the concept is to protect your horse's back and keep them comfortable.

  • Product Reviews by Customers

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    Great price, horse comfort, better ride
    Theresa O on Oct 12, 2015
    It was the best price for this wool pad with no-roll seams
    Charlieanne H on Apr 26, 2014
    Jasmine G on Nov 19, 2014
    A gift
    Carol S on Mar 19, 2014
    How thick is this blanket? Would I need a liner under it?
    Kayla C on Jul 13, 2014
    Best Answer: I love this blanket, it's large and washes well, the color has stayed bright. I do use another, thicker pad between this one and my saddle. This pad was recommended by my saddle fitter as an additional layer next to the skin to wick away moisture and provide additional padding.
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