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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov. 3, 2009
    Palmyra, VA

    Default Best sheet for keeping horses clean at shows

    I have cotton show sheet, coolers, knits, and turnout sheets but wanting something lightweight enough to be used during spring/fall and somewhat water resistant for horses who love to lay in their poo the night before dressage! Things that come to mind are nylon sheets, Kool coats? Suggestions? Thanks

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan. 16, 2002
    West Coast of Michigan


    I got one of those really light Kool Coat cotton ones at a clearance sale and like it pretty well for warm weather keeping-pinto-clean duty. It's not waterproof, but stains don't tend to make it through. Thankfully he mostly poops against the wall and I always try to pick the stall out last thing at night to prevent poop pillows from happening. You could always try spraying the outside with water/stain repellent, I guess.
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov. 8, 2006


    Rambo dustbuster plus! It makes the coat super shiny in about a week. Not at all water repellent, but I've never had a urine stain under it (not to be said the same for the sheet it self ) but it has always washed white again somehow. I'm ordering my forth one on Monday (darn new horse is a different size again). They seem to reasonably have a life of 5-7 years worn year round (for the shine... It's addicting). I had one of the old zipper ones for 10 years, but the zipper blew. The sheet was still fine! I also had one torn in half by a notorious blanket shredder pasture mate, so like anything horse sheet, it's not made of Steel

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Apr. 8, 2005


    RaDon. Not cheap, but tough as nails and last forever.

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