Sheets – have no fill and are generally the lightest piece of horsewear.

  • Stable Sheet – used indoors to keep your horse’s coat clean while providing some warmth.
  • Turnout Sheet – waterproof sheets that can be used outdoors. Provides light warmth.

Blankets – heavier than sheets and filled with material to provide extra warmth. Comes in various weights.

  • Stable blankets – like stable sheets but with fill. Provide more warmth than stable sheets.
  • Turnout blankets – waterproof like turnout sheets, but heavier. 

Denier – a measure used to rate the strength of the blanket or sheet material. Higher denier blankets are harder to rip and are more water-resistant.

Fill/Gram/Weight – the amount of stuffing in a blanket. The higher the gram, the warmer the blanket will be. A sheet has 0 g of fill while a heavy blanket can have up to 400 g of fill.

Rip-Stop – a method of weaving within a blanket that helps to stop small rips in a blanket from growing larger. Blankets with rip-stop often last longer because you can easily patch small rips and tears without having to replace the whole blanket. 

Lining – soft material on the interior of a blanket to cushion your horse’s skin.

Neck Cover – helps prevent moisture from getting under the horse’s turnout blanket in the neck area. Some blankets come with a neck cover permanently attached while others are sold separately.

Hood – covers a horse’s face and neck to provide extra protection. Attachable and securable to the blanket. has a great selection of blankets and sheets at the best prices! 


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