How to fit your horse rug

A guide to fit your horse rug from the team at Equine Superstore
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5 Responses to How to fit your horse rug

  1. Anonymous says:

    These are not your videoes 

  2. Anonymous says:

    lol the horse is like why is your hand on my but. but you should always do the leg straps first cause if the horse bolts the rugs with come off instead of hanging over his shoulder for him to trip on and break something

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well actually because I take on problem horses, breakers and foals all the time quite a lot actually. I think you also may have had a bit of an over reaction to my comment. I was just asking to find out if you would do it differently if you had a young horse?

    But thank you most gratefully for taking the time to respond, and showing your apparent insecurity, seen as you have failed to address any questions.

    If you have ever seen a horse break his neck like this you would understand.


  4. Anonymous says:

    dickhead, how many rugs have you put on!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Do you not think it is safer to do the leg straps first then the front in case the horse bolts off ? At least if you do the leg straps first the rug will fall off instead of breaking the horse’s neck. It has been known to happen!

    Brendan Bergin ETRL BHSII