Snuggie Quilted Draft Stable Blanket

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Product Summary:

Keep your horse toasty with the Snuggie Quilted Draft Stable Blanket! It’s a top quality stable blanket at a super price that’s great alone in the stall or combined with a turnout or protective sheet over it for use in the field. The handsome Navy and Hunter color combination is sure to make your horse look its best.
 
A top quality stable blanket at a super price. Great alone in the stall or combined with turnout or protective sheet over it for use in the field. 
 
Features:
  • 600 Denier outer shell, made tough to resist tears
  • 368 grams of fiberfill in the body
  • Satin nylon lining to resist tearing and rubbing of hair
  • Low cross surcingles
  • Double buckle closures at front
  • Removable elastic hind leg straps
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DRAFT SIZES ARE HARD TO FIND AND I WANTED A MEDIUM WEIGHT. PRICE WAS FAIR AS WELL.
BRENDA G on Nov 22, 2013
If my draft horse can wear a size 80 in Big D polyester blanket and it fits her sort of "ok" would i choose size 88 from your winter blanket selections?
mariann f on Dec 8, 2014
Best Answer: I would not recommend to go that much higher in size.
Reply · Report · Michelle PStaff on Dec 11, 2014
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