Turnout

Rug design has come a long way in recent years. Today, many are multi-functional – ideal for field and stable wear, they offer enhanced comfort. Some can be adapted according to the weather by adding extra liners underneath the fabric.

Every horse will have a different requirement when it comes to rugs, so it's not feasible to use a "one size fits all" approach. Don't over-rug your horse, as this will make him uncomfortable, but on the other hand, don't under-rug him, leaving him cold.

The weight of today’s rugs doesn't dictate how warm they are, and a rug that is light physically may also be very warm, depending on the level of polyfill. If your horse has been sweating when you remove the rug, you are over-rugging him, or the polyfill is too heavy.

Always make sure your horse has been measured precisely before getting a new rug. If the rug is too big, it can slip around, and this may affect your horse's movement. If it's too tight, it can cause discomfort.

Consider putting an under-rug underneath your turnout rug to provide extra warmth if the weather turns cold and to maintain the condition of your horse’s coat. Available in a selection of colours, materials and sizes, Griggs Equestrian offers a wide range of high-quality rugs for all weathers.

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