Mud control mats

Surbie

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My horse will not walk on his. Most expensive treat mat for wilting nettles on that I have ever bought.
 

TPO

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Yip, mine still attacked in the horse lorry from when I collected them from the main delivery 😬
 

ester

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Mine are stacked by the water trough ready to be laid wherever the worst mud will be in my new field. One day.
mine need to be in somerset not cambridgeshire, but given that we got hay baled today at least they aren't required right now, I just don't have the biggest of gardens.
 

Amirah

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Thanks for that op, I love my mats (made last winter much more bearable) and as I don't have facebook I'd not noticed the offer.
 

jnb

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My cob uses his (just outside his shelter, at the bottom of a steepish sweeping bank) as a braking area for the CHAAAARGE down the hill at teatime (I need a rollseyes emoji)
 
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