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Traher Albright

When you have 11 horses cost is a huge factor. When I look for a blanket I am looking for the best blanket for my money I want something that will last more than one season of horsing around in the muck. The blanket must be warm and water resitant while allowing for freedom of movement. My horses have large chests and need something with good shoulder freedom I like a hi neck that doesn't put preassure on the withers. I look forward to testing these blankets on my herd.


I look for a waterproof, fleece lined blanket. I prefer a tough outer shell to withstand the playful nips! I also like the blankets with extra length as I have pretty tall horses.

Lynn Dean

I am looking for fit, durability and good design.

Marie Craig

I look for a blanket to be waterproof, durable, not rub my horse and that will stay on! One that "breathes" and is comfortable for my horse is a big plus. I like good strong shoulder gussets and for it to be well suited for a horse that is going to be moving around a lot. Most important, I need a blanket that is sturdy, does it's job well and is reasonably priced.

Gail McNally

I look for a good fit. one that doesn't hinder my horse's movement. Durability and toughness. My horses will lay down in then so I want then to stay in place and not get in the way of their legs when walking and/or running. I want an attractive blanket - I look for color and design. My horses are like my Dogs and I like then to "look nice". :O) And of course I look for the cost. I live in Florida and don't have alot of winter weather. But want them handy when they need protection.


I look for water proof, tear resistant, shoulder gussets, some poly fill and a high neck line. Needs to have leg straps, open front, and belly straps.

hope I win :)

Kathleen Byrd

I look for proper fit, safety, durability, warmth and of course, fashion! It must be reasonably priced. Fun colors and patterns are a must during winter!

Lori Halligan

What I look for in a blanket is something that fits without rubbing, and one that is waterproof and moves with my horse. My horses tend to be tough on thier blankets so it also has to be durable. I would also like something that is going to give me more than a few years of good service.

Joyce Edwards

I live in ND so warmth is a huge factor. I also look for a blanket that is sturdy and a comfortable fit for our older gelding. THANKS

Michelle Scott

I look for a durable well fitting blanket.

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