Rugged Ride 600 Denier Waterproof Turnout Sheet with Adjustable Neck - Mini/Pony
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Rugged Ride 600 Denier Waterproof Turnout Sheet with Adjustable Neck - Mini/Pony

Code: SS6005
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MSRP: $99.99
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Waterproof and Breathable!

This 600 denier turnout sheet is just what you need to protect your horse from those summer rain showers, or to keep your horse clean in the barn before a show. It features waterproof and breathable 600 denier ripstop outer shell, 210 Nylon lining, and has wither fleece, adjustable neck, shoulder gussets for freedom of movement, low cross surcingles, double buckle front with quick clips for easier blanketing, tail flap, and adjustable leg straps that help keep the sheet down and in place.

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  • Waterproof and breathable
  • 600 Denier.
  • 210 Nylon lining.
  • Adjustable neck.
  • Double buckle front with quick clips.
  • Shoulder gussets.
  • Low cross surcingles.
  • Tail flap.
  • Adjustable leg straps.
  • Contrasting binding color.

Measuring For a Horse

Have your horse stand still (if possible!) on flat, level ground.

Measure from the center of your horse's chest
around the shoulder at the widest part, to the center of the tail. This measurement is easiest to obtain with a soft fabric measuring

This measurement - in inches - is your blanket size.

We ship worldwide from our warehouse located in Harrington, Delaware. We ship via UPS or the United States Postal Service whenever possible. Shipment time varies from 1-7 business days, depending on your proximity to Delaware.

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