It won't come as any great surprise that today's Blogtober post is going to contain multiple references to Premier Equine & demostrate even more that Louie is definitely better dressed that I am!
So, if we look at his autumn collection, what's included?
Premier Equine Akoni Stratus rug
Having not previously had a no fill summer sheet from Premier Equine, allowing Louie to have his bum hanging out of his baby summer sheet, I caved and purchased one for him.
It's fairly priced, I think, and although isn't as tough as the winter Titan turnout rugs, it's proven to keep Louie warm and dry while living out over the summer. It's deep cut like all of the Premier Equine ranges and comes with all of the usual features. Best of all, you can attach rug liners to it. So, as the season is now changing and becoming cooler, I've simply added a 100g standard liner to it, as well as the neck attachment, which is also no fill.
Premier Equine Stable Buster
As we moved into October, Louie started coming in overnight, so I needed to add a rug to his current collection. Don't panic - I didn't go out and buy new!!
I LOVE this rug, and it is the second one I've had - the only reason I replaced it was because Louie grew... It's 100g filling and keeps Louie toasty overnight. Until last weekend, he wasn't using the neck cover, but as I continue to try to avoid clipping until after Louie's mini break & cooler weather forecasted, I decided to add it on.
Premier Equine Magnetic rug and Buster Fleece
When travelling, the rug I choose for Louie depends completely on the temperature and length of travelling too. It's hard work standing still in a moving horsebox without knowing which direction you're going in!! So as we move through autumn our travel rug selection changes.
It starts with his magnetic rug without the neck, and then as it's cool enough, the neck will be added. When temperatures really start to drop, I pop the Buster fleece on top of the magnetic.
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