Made from 420 denier ripstop polyester outer, this rug has a whopping 550g fill to keep your horse warm. The Amigo Insulator Plus is breathable and has a smooth polyester lining to keep coats soft and shiny. The rug comes in Amigo’s classic original cut with a detachable neck cover and is compatible with Amigo’s liner system if you wish to add an extra layer of warmth. The rug is available in sizes 5’6″ to 7’ in chocolate with chocolate and cream trim.
In late November, Danish Grand Prix dressage rider Andreas Helgstrand shipped 22 horses, from 4-year-olds to Grand Prix campaigners, from his home base in Denmark to Florida to offer for sale on the American market. “When we do something, we do it 100 percent. All in,” said Helgstrand. “I don’t think there is anywhere better in the world to try this than Wellington.
1. Every song you ever hear is immediately evaluated for its suitability for your horse’s paces for freestyle. 2. You look forward to Olympia more than Christmas. 3. When you put your stirrups up two holes, you feel like Frankie Dettori. 4. Your horse’s tail is only too long if it’s touching the ground. 5. You know at least three German words (well, you know how they sound, anyway): rollkur, braaf and good-so. 6.
Having so much fun getting to know this huge gelding by Royal Hit in Florida. Picture is a bit blurry, but I think it gives a pretty clear impression of the size of his hoogey-woogey canter — and the changes feel like you're flying #sittight 💥🐴🌞 https://t.co/kiKOcj2et1
Exceptionally impressive collection of both young and older horses at the new Helgstrand Dressage sales yard in Wellington, Florida. They looked even better after the champagne brunch ☀️🐴🥂😵🐴💰 https://t.co/v2fZ0Aeiy2
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