Thermo Manager Stable Blanket
I have to admit one of my friends in the barn had already bought this blanket so I knew what I was getting. It just happened to be on sale which made this purchase all the sweeter. This is a perfect blanket in a heated barn. The fit was great and the quality was definitely there in the fabric. I have already washed it and yes, it came out beautifully. I would definitely recommend this blanket to my friends.
March 25, 2013
I use this as a bottom layer at night and our shavings stick to it like a magnet. The shavings get inside the blanket and it is impossible to get them out. It is almost as bad as fleece. So I am now buying a liner with a smoother surface. It does look nice on my horse so I could use it at shows as a dress sheet but that's not what I was looking for.
February 26, 2013
Love this blanket!
Very nice blanket! my ONLY complaint is that it runs very large. I bought a 70 for my haflinger that is usually is a 74 it fits him good as a cooler and trailering blanket but as a liner it slips behind the wither. It fits my TB that's is usually a 78 perfect! This blanket is now one of my favorite blankets, as warm as a baker blanket and looks just as classy!
February 22, 2013
Quality, Versatile sheet
Love the material! Heavy enough for overnights at away shows. Could also be a light blanket liner. Nice fit, but runs big. Ordered an 80 for my 84 horse. Definitely recommend.
February 16, 2013
Versatile and great looking!
This is a wonderful blanket with multiple uses. I use it as a cooler, and as a stable blanket, and as an additional layer under turnout sheets when extra warmth is needed. It is attractive enough to be used at shows.
It fits well, and has enough buckles to keep it in place that it has barely moved when my horses have rolled while wearing it. And then I just throw it in the washing machine, and it looks as good as new.
February 14, 2013
Good for the price
Works well for what I need it for - I'm using as an under blanket layer. Fits a bit large in the wither area. Did notice a tear in front already...
February 14, 2013