Weatherbeeta Elastic Blanket Surcingle

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Weatherbeeta Elastic Blanket Surcingle


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Product Summary:

Elastic Blanket Surcingle


·         Color: Black

·         Full Elastic With Adjustable Slide And T-Lock Closure

Product Reviews by Customers

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not sure if it will work but hoping to help better keep my fleece cooler on my horse for cool day sweaty rides and bathing so my baby doesn't get a chill... my cooler is a weatherbetta so should work
Gem's Mom on Dec 31, 2016
another replacement piece.
Joann K on Jan 27, 2016
Needed for replacement on a blanket
amanda w on Nov 9, 2016
hold blanket in place
Cathy W on Dec 23, 2015
How long is this piece?
Cheryl W on Jul 6, 2016
Best Answer: Don't know exact measurements, but it is very adjustable. Have many different sized horses and adjusts to all.
Reply · Report · Dian B on Jul 6, 2016
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do you sell something that attaches to front of turnout blanket to make it smaller?
A shopper on Dec 10, 2014
Best Answer: I suggest purchasing a smaller blanket. Though if the problem is just that the blanket does not close completely and you cannot return it, (I personally have such a blanket) my plan is to purchase extra wide heavy duty velcro to sew on each side making it close and then considering moving the clasp catch side over 3 inches.
Reply · Report · Michelle M on Jan 14, 2015
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How does it attach to blanket?
cc a on Nov 19, 2013
Best Answer: It goes over the blanket and buckles around it, it is placed behind the girth area and around the horse's belly.
Reply · Report · Penny P on Nov 23, 2013
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