The Rider’s International Supreme Neck Cover gives your horse full coverage. Waterproof and breathable, this neck cover has a tough, Teflon®-coated ripstop polyester outer, a nylon lining and no fill.
Horseware's Amigo® Foal Turnout Blanket fits foals from birth with its incremental adjustment system that increases the blanket size by 6" as needed. This foal blanket is waterproof and breathable and can be worn indoors or out. Your foal will stay warm and dry with its 200 grams of fill, 600 denier outer and a smooth polyester lining.
The Rider's International Waterproof Exercise Rug has a 600 denier nylon outer shell with nylon lining. This quarter sheet has an easy on/off closure at withers and a cut-out design can be worn over rider's legs. Ideal for chilly, drizzly days.
The Weatherbeeta Original 1680D Detach-a-Neck Heavyweight Turnout Blanket is made with horseplay in mind. It features a rugged Teflon®-coated 1680 denier ballistic nylon outer shell that resists wear and tear. It’s waterproof and breathable, with 360 grams of poly fill and a detachable neck cover.
This Centaur® High Neck Turbo-Dry™ Sheet wicks moisture 3x faster than regular cooler fabric! Turbo-Dry fabric technology allows optimal evaporation so your wet horse dries really fast. This cooler stays secure with hook-and-loop front and neck closures, single surcingle and tail cord.
This Centaur® Plaid Fleece Sheet is horse clothing with many uses. In anti-pill fleece, it’s a cooler, dress sheet and travel rug all in one. This fleece sheet has a heavy-duty hook-and-loop front closure, single t-lock belly surcingle and tail cord. Rear d-rings can be used with removable, adjustable leg straps.
The Amigo Mio Pony Fly Sheet from Horseware® Ireland is an ultra-breathable fly sheet in knitted polyester. This pony sheet features an integrated neck cover for ultimate protection from flies, gnats and other field pests.
Horseware’s Amigo® Competition Sheet offers waterproof, breathable comfort and warmth. This exercise rug is shaped to wrap around the saddle and away from the rider’s legs to allow effective leg aids.