horse blanket

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: blanket - stable gear consisting of a blanket placed under the saddlehorse blanket - stable gear consisting of a blanket placed under the saddle
apishamore - a saddle blanket made of buffalo hide
saddlery, stable gear, tack - gear for a horse
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They wear old brown cloaks--so the femme de chambre told me--that you wouldn't use for a horse blanket. And the poor countess was so fond of soft-feeling dresses; she would never have anything stiff!
It was a harness store we found ourselves in, and he fixed me up a couch of horse blankets in the private office well to the rear.
As his horse will remain and be taken care of in Mongolia, he gave the caretakers a horse blanket used by the U.S.
Less than a horse blanket would have separated O'Brien's first four finishers, the minuscule margins that divided Anthony Van Dyck, Japan, Broome and Sir Dragonet underlining just why their trainer once again entered Derby battle mob-handed.
There are also leg straps like you'd find on a horse blanket, and while they are made of a soft, stretchy fabric, we can see how they might cause some discomfort for an intact male dog.
Among the returning exhibitors, James Cohen offers a colourful South Caucasian long rug and Brian MacDonald brings a 19th-century shadda (a woven cover typically used as a horse blanket).
But despite being likened to a horse blanket by the media after Diana wore it on a trip to Venice with the Prince of Wales in 1985, it sold for PS11,250 at Kerry Taylor Auctions' Passion for Fashion sale in Bermondsey, south-east London on Tuesday.
It also lends a note that some describe as "wet horse blanket"; some just call it a "farm" or "barnyard" aroma.
Bready beers brewed with brettanomyces yeast, yielding a taste like that of a horse blanket, according to Ms.
There's almost none of those horse blanket and barnyard notes that can be associated with wild yeast."
As the cold weather really hit this week, he was pleased to see someone had put a horse blanket over its back to help it through the cold winter nights.