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Underlays, such as horse bonnets, horse grilles or horse blanket inserts, are ideal under any blanket. Horse blanket or horse protection is a good way to provide additional heat to keep your horse's fur and hide from chafing and to keep your blanket tidy. Horsecaps prevent friction on mane and back and can also hold plaits in place during exhibitions.
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Radiator as a ceiling insert?
I' ve been reading a lot about using fleeces or woollen radiators as a coating under a blanket, but I wonder how hot would that make my horse? I' m imagining how I felt when I wrapped myself in a blanket of cotton and I get too hot! Usually when it gets really chilly, do guys use them as shifts, or do they also work as'moderate' shifts?
Currently, our daytime temperature is 7-10 degrees C (.44-50 Fahrenheit) and can drop to 2-3 degrees C (.35-37 Fahrenheit) at nights, but can get very soaked. The TB has a "custom-designed" video clips (haha) that covers his whole throat, chest/shoulders and about halfway along his abdomen. I' m currently in a heavy soak, but I wonder if I should use the radiator as a coating with its no-fill rainbow?
This raincover has a beautiful neckband that would keep his capped head clean and clean, but I don't want it to get too overheated or too chilly either. Right now he's not too heavy, but I think he could be just as lucky with something light until our temperature really drops to and below zero.
The thing I wear him in the evenings is what he leaves the next morning, and there is almost no way to make ceiling switch during the afternoon. The flat-rate choices are: