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Horse Rugs.
Buying way ahead of each season…as in just as the season finishes allows you to pick up some great bargains. We are fast approaching spring and now is the best time to pick a bargain for next Winter (may also be required yet this year, if the forecasts are to be believed?)

So I’ve been on the look-out for some Bargain Winter rugs and found some really good quality deals at the Saddlery Shop. As my horse has a large shoulder, i find that Weatherbeata  and JHL are a good fit, but all horses are different, so i have listed below the best deals on their website below. They have lots of other styles on offer but these have the biggest discounts.

 

Mark Todd Ultimate Heavyweight Stable Rug

Mark Todd Ultimate Heavyweight Stable Rug

£113.99   £56.99
Weatherbeeta Original 1680d Combo Heavy Turnout RugWeatherbeeta Original 1680d Combo Heavy Turnout Rug
£134.99   £72.58
Weatherbeeta Freestyle 1200D Combo Medium

Weatherbeeta Freestyle 1200D Combo Medium

£124.99 £79.94
Climatemasta 100g Fixed Neck Stable Rug

Climatemasta 100g Fixed Neck Stable Rug

£84.00   £58.80
Weatherbeeta Freestyle 1200D Detach-A-Neck Medium

Weatherbeeta Freestyle 1200D Detach-A-Neck Medium

£139.99   £111.99
Weatherbeeta Freestyle 1200d Detach a Neck Heavy Turnout Rug PONY

Weatherbeeta Freestyle 1200d Detach a Neck Heavy Turnout Rug PONY

£149.99   £79.64

      The Saddlery Shop stock a wide range of horse rugs from turnouts to fly rugs, all     offered at some of the lowest prices on the Internet.
They are one of the largest suppliers of Horseware and Weatherbeeta rugs in the UK, plus they offer a range of other well known brands including
Shires, Mark Todd and JHL
in each section to fit every budget.
Also stock a wide range of rug cleaning, re-proofing and spare parts for rugs.

          The Saddlery Shop Top tips for Rugging

  • Use a progressive rugging system (light, then medium, then heavy) instead of going straight
    for the heavy.
  • If you are rugging for cleanliness, eg to keep the horse clean so you can ride, go for the lightest weight that is suitable if you want to maintain a thicker coat. Conversely, if your horse is
    working hard and you need to clip, ensure you rug well enough to stop the clip growing out too quickly.
  • Buy as good a rug as you can afford, as the better ones are cut to allow more freedom of
    movement, prevent rubbing and keep your horse warmer with less weight, and will ultimately
    last much longer if well cared for.
  • Keep spares, have at least two rugs in case of mishaps or very heavy rain that requires the usual rug to have extra drying time.
  •  Look after your rugs and ensure hair and grease deposits are removed from the interior regularly to help prolong their life and prevent rubbing.
  •  Follow the manufacturer’s care instructions to keep the rugs waterproof.Bear in mind that when it comes to the fixtures and fittings of horse and pony rugs, different manufacturers do produce rugs of different qualities. The price you pay reflects this. You will see on more expensive horse rugs fittings and design features like quick release chest clips, lined wither pads, elasticated shoulder gussets, antibacterial linings and heavier-weight hardware. That is not to say however that cheaper rugs are not as good – they absolutely are, but you will just compromise somewhere if you buy a more cost effective rug, maybe in the depth of the rug at the horse or pony’s sides, or maybe in the durability of the hardware.

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