Horseware Rambo Dry Rug Supreme Put to the Test

A week of annual leave from work and a horsey holiday was booked in my diary. I glanced at the forecast as I packed my trailer in the rain, to see further rain, rain and more rain on the way with the odd flurry of snow for good measure! Never one to be deterred, I packed my trusted waterproofs and Oscar's new Rambo Dry Rug, both were put to good use and my mantra for the week...

"there is no such thing as bad weather, 
only unsuitable clothing" 

With this in mind we flew up the gallops, cantered on the beach, splashed in the sea and explored Exmoor, bouncing over the purple heather alongside red deer and the wild native ponies. Both getting thoroughly wet and muddy in the process - at one point, I wish I'd packed goggles. 

Astonishingly Oscar arrived home in Leicestershire cleaner than ever because after every jaunt, we were so filthy, nothing but a bath would do. Armed with a sponge and a bucket of hot water normality soon resumed and I had the chance to use the Rambo Dry Rug we won from fellow Blogger, Tina Wallace of Life on the Left Rein. 

Aside from it being the perfect shade of blue for beautiful Oscar, the Rambo Dry Rug is super lightweight and to touch, feels like a car wash shammy. Made from polar fleece and microfiber towelling it is designed to absorb moisture. It is a fast drying fabric that lays smoothly over the horses coat to encourage a high shine. The neck amazed me, rather than being detachable, it folds neatly into the neck line of the rug, secured by velcro making it extremely versatile. Oscar wears a size Medium and is a 6'ft in rugs, the Rambo Dry Rug is easily adjustable with elasticated surcingles and a multi front fit to most shapes and sizes.

This week the Rambo Dry Rug has been an essential piece of kit for us, Oscar has dried in record time, without shivering or being cold and the risk of loosing condition. And for vanity purposes, it is perfect because it means he was 100% dry before turning him out. They're a worthy investment that will be used year-round and also make the perfect rug for travelling in...find yours here.

Thank you for reading,

Jessica & Oscar
Gee Gee and Me

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