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Dura-Tech® Contour Wool Blend Horse Cooler

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Dura-Tech® Contour Wool Blend Horse Cooler
The Dura-Tech® Contour Wool Blend Horse Cooler is a great way to keep your horse cool and comfortable. Wool is a natural fiber many equestrians prefer for its ability to lay down the coat more smoothly because of its natural oils. This horse cooler is made from an 80/20 wool/acrylic blend that's contoured through the chest and neck with hook and loop closure fastening. It also has a low-set adjustable surcingle and a removable tail cord. This horse cooler with a neck cover will keep your horse comfortable all season long.

  • Wool Blend Horse Cooler
  • Material: 80/20 wool/acrylic blend
  • Contoured through the chest and neck with hook and loop closure fastening
  • Low-set adjustable surcingle
  • Removable tail cord
  • Brand: Dura-Tech®

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How to Measure a Horse for a Blanket

The most accurate and easiest way to determine your horse’s blanket size is to measure along the side of their body, from chest to tail. First, stand the horse square on a flat surface. Measure from the center of the chest, straight back to the very edge of the tail. Make sure to measure along the widest part of their shoulder and hindquarters. The number of inches measured in this way is your horse’s size. Look on the size chart for any Schneiders blanket for this number of inches to order your horse’s perfect size.

Size Blanket Size
X-Small 55" - 62"
Small 63" - 66"
Medium 67" - 74"
Large 75" - 80"
X-Large 81" - 86"

If you have any questions about this product or a type of fit, please contact us at 1-800-365-1311 or

Fasten all closures before laundering, Cold wash, hang to dry
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