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It is Shires EQUESTRITAN PRODUCTS' privilege to assist Boyd Martin. Headquartered in Herefordshire, England, the company has a Royal Warrant from Queen Elizabeth II for equipping the Royal Stable with riding gear for horse and horseman. Well-known in Europe, Shires has been sold in the USA for 20 years and opened its first sales centre in the USA in 2008.
Nowadays, it is selling its products in the USA both on-line and through a dealer net. To the extent that it has its own plants and operations, Shires is unrivalled in that it ensures full management of the production processes and resources used. Its own 600 to 2,000 deniers water resistant rip-stop weave, is used every year in many of the company's high value, durable and very inexpensive horse comforts.
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Liverpool Horse Show long boot Moretta Nella, in the ankle has already weary, client services no help at all, as I am from a show stage. Usually not my own personal taste, but I just felt like I was beating my skull against a tile walls with shires....... Purchased a Shires Tempest 100 carpet for my horse, he once carried it and the X grabbed the Webbi....ng.
As a result, the whole carpet slipped forward and wrapped itself around its front feet, as they only come with a cock belt at the back. So I took the carpet directly to the vendor I bought it from and I was said that this was a "safety feature" to allow the belts to crack under pressure.
That security function is nowhere specified in the detail of the products, so I'm fairly sure it either requires a list or I'm off. When my horse got caught in the carpet and had to crack it under tension, I'm quite sure where the straps were stitched to the bulk of the carpet, it would have shown some kind of strain if the seams had been lost or the carpet fabric had been torn away.
That was not the case, the webbings were disassembled into two parts which are fastened directly under the carpet. When I got this carpet back from the supplier's repairs department, I was down when I saw that they had only gone to the trouble of reattaching the belts and not repairing the damages to the back of the carpet that had been made.
So I quickly got in touch with both Shires and the vendor to make a complaint that not only is this carpet not suitable for the job, but that I now have the invoice for another fix if I ever want to use it again. Someone at the counties can please take out their fingers, check my photographs of the interference and not feed me with this'security feature' silliness.
Well, if it's a security flaw, I'd suggest They put back leggings on these blankets as default so that once said security belts tear so gently without creating any damaging of sewing that the whole blanket is halted from sliding forward around the horse's legging which will cause additional injury to the blanket and not rest the horse for an entire overnight!
I' d appreciate it if someone would help me here, please, Shires. There is no point having a beautiful carpet if you can't be sure that it will be fixed safely to the horse in the wind!