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Rainy Day Essentials For Horse Owners

Keep yourself warm and dry while at the barn this rainy season!

July 03, 2019

So, your horse is taken of… you’ve got the rain sheet or they’re tucked away in their dry stall, but did you prepare yourself for rainy weather? You don’t want to do your barn chores when you’re soaked from the latest downpour. Check out these essentials and add them to your must have list!

1. Smoky Mountain Ladies Cheshire Rubber Boots, $41.24; State Line Tack

These adorable pink and white boots have horses and horseshoes on them. Their rubber soles will prevent you from slipping while keeping your feet completely dry. A top fasteners provides a more secure fit.

2. Ariat Ladies Terrain Pull-On H20 Boots, $139.95; State Line Tack

Work boot and western style in one, these all-terrain shoes are ready for whatever comes your way. They’re waterproof and constructed of leather and suede. You won’t find better quality!

3. Trail Crest Forest Camo Waterproof Performance Soft Shell Full Zip Jacket, $24.99; Chicks Saddlery

A waterproof jacket that will shield you from the wind and rain! It’s perfect for those chilly mornings or when it’s damp outside. Plus, it features an eye-catching camo and purple design. A few pockets provide you with extra storage space for your cell phone, keys, and a utility knife.

4. FroggToggs Women’s All Purpose Classic Rain Jacket, $9.99; Chicks Saddlery

Lightweight, breathable, and waterproof, this jacket is perfect for rainy days. The hood is adjustable and can be detached for convenience. Furthermore, the classic blue color will blend in with whatever you’re wearing.

5. Horze Waterproof Shell Rain Pants – Unisex, $29.99; Chicks Saddlery

Keep these waterproof pants in your tack trunk or car for those rainy days that surprise you. You won’t have to worry about getting your jeans or breeches wet when you have these. They’re lightweight and adjustable.

Staying dry is easy with the right apparel. It’s important to invest in a waterproof jacket, pants, and pair of boots. You’ll be glad you did!

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