It was difficult to fault this rug. Although the sizing appeared generous the rug did not move all winter, on a horse turned out full time, and ended the season without a scratch. There was not one rug mark on the horse throughout the whole time. I have always been…

My first impressions of this rug were that it seemed rather lightweight and I wasn’t overly keen on the gold fastenings, which didn’t look particularly robust. However, I really loved the design and burgundy with white polkadot colour, which wouldn’t be to everyone’s taste. The rug is made from a 600…

This is a blue Derby Horse lightweight turnout rug. A bright blue lightweight rug, it has reflective strips which made my pony easy to spot in the field. This rug was great for light showers and light enough to wear in September without making my pony sweat. This is a…

I tried two under-rugs from this range; the heavyweight (300g, pictured)) with the stay-dry lining, and the lighter rug (150g) with the silky lining. While the thinner rug was a useful addition to my horse’s wardrobe in the spring and autumn, the heavier weight has become an absolute winter essential.…

The best thing about the Premier Equine Storm Buster for me is that it’s dual purpose – brilliant for those horrible nights where you want to bring the horses in without changing them into cold stable rugs. We get a lot of nights like that in Wales! It doesn’t leave…