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Matter for many riders. Some riders do not feel the necessity to utilize them and
consider them an unnecessary accessory, though others can't imagine functioning
without them. What is the truth? If you choose to utilize a rug, which would be
suitable for your horse? </p><p>It is true that in their
we need to note that horses functioning in horse riding do not have the exact same functioning circumstances since the horses residing in their natural habitat. To start with, horses training below the saddle are usually shaven, which impacts their natural protective coating against low temperatures. Most time when it is cold outside, these horses spend inside, where they are not subject to reduced temperatures. Even the matter of a different diet is crucial here. This is why
we can't expect them to have the immunity their free brothers have. While
changing the horses' customs and environment, we will need to supply them with
protection against the negative effects of e.g. weather. For this very reason we've got various types of carpeting. Which type would be useful for your horse and
if to use it? We'll try to explain that. </p>

<strong>In shops you can encounter these types of carpets:</strong>


<ol><li>Coaching -- this kind of rug is set on along with a
saddle. It'll be ideal for colder days. We ought to mention that
training with them must not be too exhausting, because your horse might
have difficulty with losing heat surplus from the body. </li><li>Dry -- usually made of fleece another substance with moisture-absorbing properties. This sort of carpets is usually
used after training in order to wash the horse. In shops, you can find them as
fleece carpeting. </li><li>Stable -- advocated for shaved horses. They
ought to protect the horse from heating too much, but at precisely the same time they
do not block air circulation, so the horse doesn't sweat. To be utilised in stalls. It will protect
your horse from the wind and light rain. Made of substances easy to clean. </li><li>Rain -- it safeguards your horse's coat from getting
wet during rain. Mostly they are designed to be as waterproof as possible. Usually made of mesh material. This type of a rug is super helpful in summer time, in which horses are especially subject to insects' bites of all
kinds. </li><li>Winter --
rugs with cushioning. To be utilized on a paddock
or in a non-heated secure. Usually it is possible to pick from a couple
of thickness of cushioning for one version. </li><li>Shipping -- to be utilized to protect the horse
during transportation. </li></ol>

<p>Another thing would be to adjust the
Proper length. Namely, how to select appropriate size for your own horse. Particular manufacturers have various
size markers. There's a principle where for components of length is the length
of the rug on the horse's back. This value is crucial for choosing the right
size. Even if you've got an S, M, or L size, it describes the rug's length on the
horse's back. E.g. a well-known producer of equestrian equipment Eskadron claims that S = 125 cm, M = 135 cm, L = 145 cm, etc.. Of course, it is best when you're able to take a look at a chart when all the rug's measurements are mentioned. Then you
can make sure that a specified size will suit your horse properly. </p>

<p>As you can
See, by employing good rug you are able to help your horse in managing unpleasant
Weather, insects, or shield him during transportation. Also, you shouldn't overdo
The entire rug thing. Should you utilize them if they Aren't required, you can disturb
Your horse's natural thermal self-regulation. However, you need to remember
That without a rug once the weather is bad, you undermine your horse e.g. to a
Higher risk of getting cold.</p>

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