full clip , what rugs?

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My horse has a MW turnout on in the day, with a thin fleece underneath it on very cold days.

At night he has a HW stable rug on.

Both rugs have hoods.
 

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it won't be long before I will be getting the Tesco Value duvets out! Cost a fiver and the best insulation around, fit snuggly between a summer sheet and thick stable rug for the really hardcore winter frosts! (and they never slip!)

Not any use for the moment, but a useful tip as it will soon be upon us!
 

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Good one thanks.

My horse, clipped within the last week, is on middleweight rug with hood out now (even though its sunny) and a padded stable rug at night, like a duvet in itself. It fits in my washing machine as I have invested in a HUGE one!
 

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2 of mine are hunter clipped. Live out 24/7. Are currently wearing a standard neck Orican (the welsh D is hard, even with a clip!) and the other is wearing a Rambo Duo (without a liner OR neck due to damage - see post!). Its really mild today
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My (big girls blouse) boy is fully clipped and has on:

heavy weight full neck turnout in day (its not my heavy heavy full weight though)

lightweight stable rug with full neck medium weight over top on a night

Although its warm today so he has gone out in a medium weight full neck and I might pop a sheet under his night rug instead of a stable rug tonight.
 

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My ID x has a full clip and is wearing a WB MW with high neck at all times and he's still out 24/7. If it starts frosting over in the mornings I'll start putting a fleece under it or bringing him in overnight but at the mo he's fine - I went to him at teatime over the weekend and he was toastie!
I've still got the windows open during the night at home so it's not that cold!
 

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my TB is out in the day with a HW high neck although when it is hotter he has a lw/mw with hood.
At night he has MW rug
 
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