Isn't it funny how well the labels inside horse blankets can hide? For an easy way to identify your horse's blankets and sheets, attach an engraved dog tag or small luggage tag to each blanket. You can include the horse's name on the tag, and can even specify what temperature range your horse should wear the blanket in to make your blanketing system clear to anyone.
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