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Nowadays, several patent variations of the traditional forms of rugs are available falcon saddle for sale. These are more expensive to buy, but many have advantages. They are much lighter than the old type, but just as warm. The same rug can be worn during the night and day, although it is better to have two, as night rugs invariably get dirty. However, the new rugs are both easy to wash and quick to dry, so a dirty night rug can be washed in the morning, and be dry by evening.
As the weather gets colder, the horse will need falcon saddle for sale extra warmth which is provided by putting on one, sometimes even two, soft woollen blankets under the top rug. These must be large, as about a quarter of the blanket should come right over the neck when it is put on, so that it can be folded back over the top rug and caught in place under the roller. Once a horse falcon saddle for sale has started wearing a rug, or rugs, he must continue to do so until the weather gets warmer in spring. If he is wearing underblankets, these can be discarded in succession until it is finally warm enough to discard the top rug as well. If the days are considerably warmer than the nights, as often happens in the winter, the horse may not need his underblankets in daytime – this is where common sense must be used. Some horses, like some people, feel the cold more than others. During the winter if a stabled horse is led out for a walk, or turned out for a short time, he should wear a New Zealand falcon saddle for sale rug, which is made of waterproofed canvas, and lined with wool. Alternatively, one of the new patented rugs which are also made in waterproof versions can be used. All rugs in use should be aired and shaken out daily. After clipping, the coat will continue to grow, although not so fully as before. Nevertheless, the horse will need a second clip before winter is out, and some horses may even need a third. The last clip should be done by the end of January.
Tail bandages should be in daily use for stabled falcon saddle for sale horses, and are put on after grooming to lay and smarten the line of the tail. Two other types of bandages are necessary – stable bandages and exercise bandages.
Stable bandages are made of flannel, and are fairly wide. They are used to provide warmth if a horse is chilled or has a cold, to dry off the legs if he comes in wet and muddy so that the mud can be brushed off later; on top of cotton wool or Gamgee-tissue soaked in cold water badnages, and for travelling, when they are put on over dry cotton wool or Gamgee falcon saddle for sale. There are nowadays many patent leg protectors available for travelling that are quicker to put on and, unless bandaging is skilfully done, probably more reliable.
Stable bandages should run from the knee down to, and over, the fetlock falcon saddle for sale joint, at which point the bandage should be rolled upwards again, to finish just below the knee. Bandages should never be put on too tightly; it should be possible to insert a finger between the bandage and the leg, both top and bottom. The tapes should not be tied tighter than the bandage itself and they should be tied on the outside of the leg, in a bow, with the ends tucked falcon saddle for sale in.