Let’s talk rugs…! We all love buying them, we all have a growing collection and never know when to throw away that rug with 50 rips and no buckles left because one day we might need it and if we're honest we're also a little bit attached to it. But do we know what we’re buying, how they work and how to care for our turnout rugs? This guide is the ultimate guide to horse rugs, we'll answer your questions including "what horse rug do I need", "how do I wash horse rugs" and "what is denier in horse rugs?".
Mane loss in horses is a real issue for a lot of horse owners during the winter months and so we set out to try and create a rug that helped prevent mane loss, now you can wave goodbye to having half a mane to plait and join our #nomorebadhairdays revolution.
In our September instalment of "meet a One Club member" we meet Karen Slade as she introduces her herd and explains how 2020 has been full of exciting changes. It seems like an age ago when I agreed to write the ‘meet the One Club member’ blog for September, in fact, I think we were barely thinking about a global pandemic when I did.
Do you find yourself constantly wondering what rug to put on your horse? Many prefer having the lightest rugs possible as it can be all too easy to over-rug. Lots of horse owners think it's better to keep your horse warm than let them get cold. The biggest issue can be chilly mornings and warmer days, the horse may then sweat under the thick rug that was put on in the morning as you whizzed off to work.