Filtered by:
Filter Color:
Blanket Fill:
Blanket Denier:
Blanket Shell:
Leg Straps:
Neck Covers and Hoods:
Tail Strap:
Front Closure:
Price Ranges
Blanket Guide - The best blanket for your horse
The Clipped Horse
Blankets for the Rough Player
Pony Blankets
Blankets for the Easy Going Horse
Showing 24 of 1,001

Winter Blankets - Which ones to choose?
Choosing the right winter blanket for your particular horse is important for the comfort and protection of your horse and to ensure that you are getting all the features you need for your budget. Here are some criteria to consider when making your choices, together with some links to selections that will fit the bill...

It this a blanket for use in the barn or trailer, or for turnout?
Is your horse clipped or does he have his natural coat?
Is your horse - and his paddock companions - easy going on his blankets
Is your horse - or his paddock companions - a rough player?
Is he a Houdini, shedding his blanket in the far corners of the field?
Is he an older horse that feels the cold?
Does the wind up his tail get him running? - try a blanket with a tail flap!
Are you looking for a blanket with reflective strips?
Need a blanket with a high neck?

In general, features, warmth and durability drive the price, so a heavyweight tear-resistant turnout blanket with a hood, tail cover, belly band and gussets will cost more than a lightweight blanket with a lower denier and less features.

When budget is a driving force, look to a brand that has several price points - where you are getting all the quality of the parent brand with just fewer features. For example Horseware has their Rambo top of the line brand as well as Amigo and Rhino lines.

The fit of a blanket is paramount for the comfort and safety of your horse. Take careful measurements and look for features that relate to the conformation of your horse - such as gussets for freedom of movement, a high cut neck for high withered horses and wither relief for medium and low withered horses.