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Rebecca Stewart

Would love to win! My mare needs her own new fitting blanket!

Dianne  boothe

If I designed a blanket myself, I'd make sure it didn't shift to either side (I hate that!), have the neck area fit snug so water and cold air didn't get under and belly straps that are elastic and are removable on the off side as well so they are easily replaceable if needed. I'd make it blank so the sun is attracted to it and would keep a little more warmth in there.

Patricia Wells

When buying a blanket, I look for one that won't rub on the shoulders or chest. It needs to be durable, when it tears it doesn't fray,repels moisture,the fabric needs to be breathable and have reflectors on all sides. Operational hood and neck piece would be nice and away to connect the neck piece without the halter having to be on. I'm not to picky on colors. Reasonably priced.

Carol Lee

My horses ideal blanket would be waterproof, fit high on the withers, be medium weight and price & red in color.

Kori Simmons

I love a blanket that can let horses go on being horses. It needs to move and breath with them. Additionally the fewer seams the better. This way, chances of ripping, chaffing or leaking is greatly reduced. My bay mare can wear nearly any color, but darker colors are nice making stains less visible!

Kori Simmons

I love a blanket that can let horses go on being horses. It needs to move and breath with them. Additionally the fewer seams the better. This way, chances of ripping, chaffing or leaking is greatly reduced. My bay mare can wear nearly any color, but darker colors are nice making stains less visible!

Kendra Staley

I look for a blanket that fits my QH around the shoulders/neck area as most fit his body perfect but are so big around his neck. I end up having to show adjustable belts in and even then, it sucks. Next is durability and cost.

Joy Speckmann

When buying a blanket for my mares, I look for durability and great fit for ease of movement. Love bright colors and patterns. And like with everyone always look the best bang for your buck!

Katrina Bartolomie

I purchase medium weight turnout blankets that fit quarter horses- normally a 76 and a 78 for my 2 mares. I like them made well and durable - 1200 denier are great although I have gotten 600 denier. Blues and browns are great colors.

Stephanie Fitkin

I would love a blanket that fits my big shouldered mare and doesn't bind up when she puts her head down. Snaps that are easy to deal with in the minus degree temps and a blanket that will keep her dry in heavy wet snow weather.

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