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Rider´s International® by Dover Saddlery® Turnout Sheet

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Rider´s International® by Dover Saddlery® Turnout Sheet

Keep your horse comfortable in the pasture or paddock with the Rider’s International® by Dover Saddlery® Turnout Sheet. Waterproof and breathable, with a ripstop nylon outer. No fill.

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66"-84
Item #: X1-24280
List: $99.95
Clearance:
$24.99
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How to Check the Fit of a Blanket or Sheet
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The Rider’s International® by Dover Saddlery® Turnout Sheet pairs a Teflon®-coated outer shell made of 640 denier ripstop nylon with a smooth polyester lining. Waterproof and breathable, this economical turnout is constructed without a center seam so moisture stays out. A deep cut and tail flap help hold it in place.

It secures with two easy-touch surcingle front closures, low cross surcingles and adjustable leg straps. Fleece at the withers offers comfort. A great option for turnout in mild weather, this sheet is also ideal for layering. No fill.


Imported.
Machine wash.

How to Check the Fit of a Blanket or Sheet
  • Place the blanket/sheet on your horse and fasten the chest closure. A good fit allows fabric at the chest to overlap and the fastener to be adjusted near the middle. With the chest fastened, the tail seam should sit exactly where you want the garment to end.
  • You should be able to slide your hand under the blanket all around the neck opening and over the withers with your horse's head in grazing position and when raised. If the opening is too large, your horse could get a foot caught, and it may rub your horse's shoulders. If the opening is too small, the blanket will pull or rub the withers, mane or points of the shoulders or tug at the base of the neck.
  • Adjust belly surcingles/belly band next so that you can slide only one flat hand between the strap and your horse's belly. Looser straps can allow a horse's leg to get tangled while lying down or rolling; tight straps can make the blanket rub.
  • If the blanket has a tail strap, it should be adjusted so that you have about a hand's width between the strap and the horse.
  • If the blanket has leg straps, pass the left strap through the horse's hind legs and clip it to the d-ring on the left side of the blanket. Cross the right leg strap through the left leg strap and clip it to the d-ring on the right side. These straps should be adjusted so that you can fit only one hand's width between the strap and the inside of the horse's leg. If they are too long and hang down to the horse's hocks, then a leg can become entangled. If the straps are too short, they may inhibit movement and chafe the tender insides of the gaskin or groin area.
  • With fastenings done, stand back and look at the overall effect of the clothing on your horse. The shoulders of the blanket should not be stretched or tight over your horse's shoulders, yet the blanket should not appear to sag or look too large either. The hem should not hang at or below the horse's knees.