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Soy una persona a la que le encanta mucho todo lo que tiene que ver con las bandejas plásticas desechables, es por eso que siempre visito la web
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Thing for several riders. Some riders don't feel the need to use them and
consider them an unnecessary attachment, while some cannot imagine functioning
without them. What's the Reality? If you decide to use a rug, which one would be
acceptable for your horse? </p><p>It's true that in their
Natural habitat, horses do just fine with no conveniences as rugs. But,
we must note that horses functioning in horse riding do not have the exact same functioning conditions as the horses living in their natural habitat. To start with, horses training under the saddle are usually shaven, which impacts their natural protective coating against low temperatures. Most time when it is cold outdoors, these horses spend indoors, where they're not subject to reduced temperatures. Even the matter of another diet is essential. That is why
we cannot expect them to have the immunity their free brothers have. While
altering the horses' habits and surroundings, we need to supply them with
protection from the negative effects of e.g. weather. For that very reason we've got various types of carpeting. Which type would be useful to your horse and
if to use it? We will try to explain that. </p>

<strong>In stores it is possible to encounter these types of rugs:</strong>


<ol><li>Training -- this type of rug is put on along with a
saddle. It will be perfect for colder days. We should mention that
training together must not be too exhausting, as your horse could have trouble with losing heat excess from the body. </li><li>Dry -- usually made from fleece another substance with moisture-absorbing properties. This type of rugs is usually
used after instruction in order to dry the horse. In stores, you can find them as
fleece carpeting. They
should protect the horse from cooling too much, but in the same time they
don't block air flow, so the horse does not sweat. To be used in stalls. It will protect
your horse against the wind and light rain. Made of materials easy to clean. </li><li>Rain -- it safeguards your horse's coat from becoming wet during rain. Mostly they're made to be as watertight as possible. Usually made from mesh material. This type of a rug is super useful in summer time, in which horses are especially subject to insects' bites of all
sorts. </li><li>Winter --
rugs with cushioning. Usually it is possible to pick from a couple
thickness of cushioning for a single version. </li><li>Transport -- to be utilized to protect the horse
during transport. </li></ol>

<p>Another thing is to adjust the
Proper length. Namely, the way to select proper dimensions for your own horse. Particular producers have various
size markers. There is a principle where for components of length is the length
of the rug on the horse's back. This value is essential for choosing the right
size. E.g. a well-known manufacturer of equestrian equipment Eskadron says
S = 125 cm, M = 135 cm, L = 145 cm, etc.. Of course, it's best when you're able to have a look at a chart when all of the rug's dimensions are mentioned. Then you
can make sure a specified size will fit your horse correctly. </p>

<p>As you can
See, by using proper rug you are able to help your horse in dealing with unpleasant
Weather, insects, or shield him during transport. Additionally, You shouldn't overdo
The whole carpet item. Should you use them if they Aren't required, you can disturb
Your horse's natural thermal self-regulation. But You Have to remember
That with no rug when the weather is bad, you endanger your horse e.g. into a
Higher risk of catching a cold.</p>

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