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    Arrow Turnout SHEET with high integrated neck. Where to find it?!

    I've been looking for one of these since FOREVER. I want a turnout sheet, at least 1000D, with a high integrated neck on it. Meaning the neck is not detachable, it's part of the sheet itself. And I don't want to spend $150 on it!

    Something like this:

    http://www.horsetackco.com/images/tn...ck%20coral.JPG

    Or even better, this:

    http://www.gloverequine.com/images/p.../prod_1550.jpg

    Everything I find is either a blanket with fill, or out of my price range. I could MAYBE get by with a lightweight blanket, with under 100g fill. But I'd really like a sheet!
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    http://www.horsetackco.com/Weatherbe...out-Sheet.html Think the landa might be 600 D, though.

    http://www.horsetackco.com/weatherbe...out-sheet.html I know they used to make them in horse sizes, but it doesn't look like HSC has it. Oh, here's a 72" & 78" at least: http://www.tackroominc.com/biweather...et-p-6319.html

    http://www.horsetackco.com/horseware...out-sheet.html Little more than you want to spend



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    The second one you linked becomes out of my price range at horse sizes, it seems.

    IDEALLY, I'd love to not spend over $100. I don't think that'll happen though.
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    If you need a 72" or a 78", it's 119.50 at that second link I provided.

    No, I don't think you're going to find what you want for less than $100. Maybe used on ebay?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Simkie View Post
    If you need a 72" or a 78", it's 119.50 at that second link I provided.

    No, I don't think you're going to find what you want for less than $100. Maybe used on ebay?
    I've been keeping on eye on ebay, no such luck so far. It's her size that seems to be the issue in finding used, she's a bigger girl. Size 82.
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    Have you checked the classifieds here? Someone had some Wugs for sale, big sizes.



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    I meant used 82s. New it's not hard to find at all. Used is rare, for whatever reason.
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    Under $100, but well under your desired 1000D: http://www.sstack.com/shopping/produ...ProductID=7928



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    Quote Originally Posted by Simkie View Post
    Under $100, but well under your desired 1000D: http://www.sstack.com/shopping/produ...ProductID=7928
    Yeah I saw that one, but I just can't imagine 420D holding up for a pasture horse. If that came in 1000D or even 800D I'd buy it.

    I may just try and save up for one of the Weatherbeetas, I'm not sure. I wouldn't mind doing a neck rug but I fear it won't fit on all of my blankets and sheets, as I don't think I have two blankets that are the same brand.
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    Keep checking ebay. I got lucky last winter and found a Rhino Wug, (sheet, no fill) for $95.



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    Quote Originally Posted by baysngreys View Post
    Keep checking ebay. I got lucky last winter and found a Rhino Wug, (sheet, no fill) for $95.
    And check ebay for 81" and 84"...nearly no one makes a 82" anymore. It's all 3" increments now.



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    Check eBay for Rhino Wugs. If your girl is an 82" she will wear an 81" in a Wug and have plenty of room. Check with your local tack shops too, they may have some in last season's color they are trying to clear out. If you have to go new, just remember that Wugs are pretty indestructible and you won't be replacing it in a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn/aissance View Post
    Check eBay for Rhino Wugs. If your girl is an 82" she will wear an 81" in a Wug and have plenty of room. Check with your local tack shops too, they may have some in last season's color they are trying to clear out. If you have to go new, just remember that Wugs are pretty indestructible and you won't be replacing it in a year.
    There are no local tack shops, unfortunately. The closest tack shop is 1 hour away.

    I've always wanted to try an expensive blanket/sheet, because I hear all these claims they last forever. I'm just wary though, because if my mare shreds an $80 sheet.. ah well. If she shreds a $200 sheet.. I'm going to cry.
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    Here you go: http://www.classicsaddlery.com/close...seclothing.htm

    Clearance rhino wug lite for $98. Call now!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Simkie View Post
    Here you go: http://www.classicsaddlery.com/close...seclothing.htm

    Clearance rhino wug lite for $98. Call now!
    Sent an email asking if they had her size in stock. If they do I think I'll get one!

    Does anyone have Rhino Wugs here? What do you think of them? Do they last?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sublimequine View Post
    Sent an email asking if they had her size in stock. If they do I think I'll get one!

    Does anyone have Rhino Wugs here? What do you think of them? Do they last?
    My horse has exclusively Rhino Wugs. I love them. They last forever, are practically indestructible, stay warm, and stay waterproof throughout several seasons before they want a Nikwaxing. The Wug neck fits him really well and cuts down on drafts. And besides, there's nothing cuter than a horse in a turtleneck!

    http://i562.photobucket.com/albums/s...4August002.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn/aissance View Post
    My horse has exclusively Rhino Wugs. I love them. They last forever, are practically indestructible, stay warm, and stay waterproof throughout several seasons before they want a Nikwaxing. The Wug neck fits him really well and cuts down on drafts. And besides, there's nothing cuter than a horse in a turtleneck!

    http://i562.photobucket.com/albums/s...4August002.jpg
    Cuuuute.

    That orangey brown plaid would look adoreable on my mare... hmmm... I really hope they have her size in stock..
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    Do a search here on coth about rhino wugs. Like everything else, you'll read the good and bad. Ours tore up within the first season, and neither my horse nor his paddock mate are rough on blankets. Another horse at our barn had the exact same sheet. It tore up as well, pretty quickly.

    However, other people have not had problems with it. If you can get it on sale, it's worth a try.
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