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Horse rugs are a confusing Thing for several riders. Some riders don't feel the necessity to utilize them and consider them an unnecessary attachment, though some can't imagine functioning without them. What's the Reality? In case you decide to utilize a carpet, which would be suitable for your horse?

It is true that within their However, we need to be aware that horses working in horse riding do not possess the same functioning circumstances since the horses residing in their natural habitat. To start with, horses training under the saddle are often shaven, which damages their natural protective coating against low temperatures. Most time when it is cold outdoors, these horses spend inside, where they're not subject to reduced temperatures. Even the matter of a different diet is crucial here. That is why we can't expect them to possess the immunity that their free brothers possess. While altering the horses' habits and surroundings, we will need to supply them with protection from the negative effects of e.g. weather. For that very reason we have various kinds of rugs. Which type would be most useful to your horse and if to use it? We will try to explain that.

In stores it is possible to come across these kinds of rugs:

  1. Training -- this type of carpet is set on together with a saddle. It'll be ideal for colder days. We should mention that training together should not be too exhausting, because your horse could have trouble with losing heat excess from the body.
  2. Dry -- usually made from fleece another material with moisture-absorbing properties. This type of rugs is usually used after instruction so as to dry the horse. In stores, you can locate them as fleece rugs.
  3. Stable -- recommended for shaved

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