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Flag Neck Combo Summer Horse Rug

Flag Neck Combo Summer Horse Rug
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Caribu Flag Neck Combos are an are perfect for keeping your horse cool and protected on those extra hot days.

Every horse should have one of these in their wardrobe. Ideal for summer days, they keeps away the flies and offer protection from UV rays. 

Featuring a generous drop this horse rug has been made with the Australian climate and horses in mind.

Caribu Flag Neck Combo Features:

• Traditional light weight Flag -190gsm
• Double Layered material in the chest and mane area for extra strength and help prevent rub.
• Reinforced binded necklines
• Tent Tail flap
• Polypropylene Bindings
• Night Reflectors
• Dual Chest Straps
• Bartac Reinforcing on all fittings
• Rump darts, & tailored back line for a snug fit
• Adjustable/removable leg straps
• Fleece padding to protect the wither
• 3x Neck Buckles

Colours: White Flag. Binding colours are predominantly Purple, Red or Turquoise at present. If you have a colour preference please let us know in order notes at time of ordering and we will attempt to accommodate your request if that colour is available.

Please refer to our Rug Sizing Guide for a guide to sizing your horse.

# Please note: Flag is a light weight fabric with a loose open weave (much like cheese cloth) and is by its nature, cooler than other fabrics. However, Flag doesn't have the same strength or durability in the material or stitching as traditional rugs and you should expect a much shorter life from them. Flag rugs are very easily destroyed and we don't recommend using Flag on a horse that suffers from itch or loves to scratch, roll or get into any sort of mischief. Flag is a good alternative for horses who are easy on rugs, but keep in mind any flag rug can have a limited life depending on your horses nature & environment. Check your rug carefully before using for any demonstrable manufacturing faults, ensure you are happy with the fabric, bindings & stitching - before the rug is used - as we will not honour a warranty on flag rugs once they have been used. For a stronger alternative, we suggest either of our Euro-Breeze or Euro-Lite mesh options which are our next 'coolest' horse rugs, but with better durability.
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  • Reviewer: Robyn
    Super light weight and cool, can easily be washed in my machine. Wish it had keepers near the neck buckles like it does at the chest.
  • Reviewer: Jennie Johnston
    Good fit for my horse and has lasted 2 summers with minimal tears due to bites from other horses. I would like the front buckles to be reviewed though, they allow the binding and front of the rug to fold inwards and rub on my horse's chest. Otherwise I am happy with it.
  • Reviewer: tina
    these rugs are good quality, thank you for making them Caribu :)
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Horse Rug Colours and Insects
Horse Rug Colours and Insects...
Posted: Saturday, August 19, 2017 | Views: 8365
Comments: 2

Some horses get more attention from insects due to their colouration, and some horse rug colours are more likely to attract insects than others. 

Dealing with Itchy Horses?
Dealing with Itchy Horses?...
Posted: Thursday, August 17, 2017 | Views: 23024
Comments: 12

What causes Queensland itch and what can I do to manage It? The usual cause of Queensland Itch is a hypersensitivity to the bites of sand flies (midges) of the species Culicoides. 

Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?
Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?...
Posted: Friday, March 3, 2017 | Views: 19436
Comments: 4

Learning to read your horse for signs of discomfort is an easy skill to learn when rugging horses.

Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?
Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?...
Posted: Monday, January 2, 2017 | Views: 9377
Comments: 2

We get asked this question often. You will be surprised how early in the season you need to start. The reduction in the length of day light hours is a trigger for your horse to grow his Winter Coat

Electrolytes for Horses
Electrolytes for Horses...
Posted: Tuesday, March 1, 2016 | Views: 13736
Comments: 0

Horses that are not currently competing or engaged in difficult work will have less of a need for electrolyte supplementation than competitive horses and work horses.

Does your horse destroy their horse rug? What can you do?
Does your horse destroy their horse rug? What can you do?...
Posted: Monday, August 24, 2015 | Views: 8675
Comments: 2

A guide on what you can do to minimise rug damage and insure you get the longest life from your horse rugs.