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Tail Bags - Polycotton Ripstop

Tail Bags - Polycotton Ripstop
Ripstop Horse Tail Bag Tail Bag Attachment Ripstop Cotton Horse Tail Bag Ripstop Cotton Horse Tail Bag Ripstop Cotton Horse Tail Bag Purple Ripstop Thread Turquoise Ripstop Thread Lower Tail Bag Opening Navy Light Blue Turquoise Pattern Purple Pattern
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Made in the same high quality diamond weave ripstop material as our popular paddock horse rugs these tail bags are ideal for keeping your horses tail clean and safe in the paddock or before a show.

Ripstop Tail Bag features:

  • Soft Internal lining, which extends 45cm down both internal faces of the tail bag.
  • V shaped neck opening for comfortable fitting
  • The bottom opening of the bag is slightly tapered to keep the tail secure.
  • Two Tone PP binding
  • Available in 3 sizes

Tail bags available in 3 Sizes:
- Small with a 90cm drop 
- Medium with a 110cm drop 
- Large with a 130cm drop.

Colours: We have the tail bags in a number of different colour ripstop thread options as per drop down above. If you are unsure about which colour you need to match the horse rug you are purchasing, just select any colour and leave us a note in the checkout area as you checkout. As a general rule - we always try to match the tail bag to the rug you are purchasing.

How do I attach to my horse rug? Can you do it for me?
Our tail bags have velcro stitched to both sides of the top edge of the tail bag. Included with the tail bag is an additional extra wide piece of velcro which you attach to your horse rug in a suitable location on the under side. You sew up the middle of this velcro, allowing the velcro to then sandwich closed around the top edge of the tail bag. 

Please Note 
We don't attach the the tail flap velcro to the rug. To ensure a good fit you do need to try the rug on the horse first to ensure that you attach the tail bag to the rug in the correct location.

Ripstop Horse Tail Bag Tail Bag Attachment Ripstop Cotton Horse Tail Bag Ripstop Cotton Horse Tail Bag Ripstop Cotton Horse Tail Bag Purple Ripstop Thread Turquoise Ripstop Thread Lower Tail Bag Opening Navy Light Blue Turquoise Pattern Purple Pattern

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    Great rugs that fit well around the shoulders of the horse
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