Amigo Bravo 12 Pony Plus Light Weight Turnout

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The Amigo Bravo 12 Pony Plus Light Weight Turnout is a sturdy waterproof turnout sheet sized specifically for ponies. Smaller all over, the Bravo Pony Turnouts won't gape at the chest or hang down to their knees, it will fit properly to provide excellent protection from the elements. A removable neck rug is included so you can cover your horse from ears to tail when the weather is really wet and cold.

  • 1200D waterproof and breathable outer shell
  • Shine enhancing smooth polyester lining
  • 0g of insulation, just a lightweight sheet
  • Removable neck rug included
  • Two straight billet front closures
  • Low cross surcingles
  • Tail cord
  • Compatible with the Horseware Liner System which allows you to attach liners of 100, 200, 300 or 400 gram weights to your sheet to turn it into a warmer blanket. (no liner included)
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Blanket StyleRemovable Neck Cover
Sale TypeRegular Price Items

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Excellent value!
Oct 21, 2022
I can not say enough good things about these turnout sheets! I just purchased a 48" pony for my little mini and it fits him very nicely. It is the same design that fits my 17 hand 1400 lb WB as well! All the Amigo blankets are the best value and fit on the market in my humble opinion! The very affordable liners are a great option for these as well since the weather can change so rapidly. Highly recommend!
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Just about right for my large pony!
Mar 12, 2018
My 14.2 Dales Pony is a bit difficult of a fit, while he’s a 72 length, he’s shorter of stature & neck length, the 69 of this sheet with the Amigo chest extender gave me the add’l 3” needed without compromising the fit over the withers. The shorter drop gives him coverage without looking like a dress! And the smaller neck cover size fits well although the strap near the chest is a bit snug when head is down so I just leave it undone. The belly straps are just about at the end but make it. Overall this is the best fit I’ve come up with for his clothes yet! Really like the Amigo Bravo 12 products, durable & reasonably priced!
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Follow these easy steps to safely clean, waterproof and store your blankets for next year.

Step 1: If your blanket is caked with mud or really dirty, gently hose blanket off before washing.

Step 2: If your blanket has a lot of horse hair stuck in lining, you may want to vacuum as much hair as possible out (this is why we prefer smooth nylon lined blankets!)

Step 3: Wash in a FRONT Loader washing machine (do NOT use an agitator style washing machine - the agitator damages the fabric and can permanently ruin the fiber fill insulation).

  • Use cold water
  • Use the bulky item cycle if your machine has it
  • Use the low spin speed cycle
  • Use a detergent specially made to maintain waterproofing - we use and recommend Rambo Blanket Wash

Step 4: Hang your blankets on a fence to dry (do NOT put in dryer as it will ruin waterproofing and can damage the fabric).

Do NOT Use Agitator Style Washer
Agitators can damage the outer shell of your blanket and compromise the fiber fill distribution. Blanket manufacturers will not honor warranty claims if blanket is washed in an agitator style machine.
Use a Front Loading Machine
If your front loading machine has a bulky cycle, use it. We recommend cold water and a low spin speed.
Hang Blankets on Fence to Dry
Do NOT put your turnout blankets in a dryer. The heat ruins the waterproofing and can damage the outer shell.

Check for waterproofness and re-waterproof if necessary

Step 5. Once your blankets are clean and dry, now is a good time to see if they are still waterproof. Take a cup of water, and pour over blanket. Water should bead up and roll off, if not, it is time to re-waterproof. 

Failed Waterproofing Test

Test your turnout blanket waterproofing

Passed Waterproofing Test

We treated this old turnout with Dry Guys Waterproofing.

Step 6 (Optional): Re-waterproof your turnouts. Trust us, do it now, so when it is 35 degrees and pouring next Fall and you need your blanket waterproof, you will be glad you didn't procrastinate! We like Dry Guys Waterproofing Spray (also comes in a concentrate). Spray your blanket evenly with the Dry Guys. Let it dry and do a second coat. One regular bottle does 2 blankets well. 

Step 7 (Optional): If your blanket has any nicks or tears, you can repair them easily using Rambo Stormsure and Rambo Rug Repair Kit. You can also replace leg straps and tail cords if they are worn.

Step 8. Store safely for next year. If you have the original blanket bag, you can use it or we also like using the Space Bags. If using a Space Bag, you may want to put the content details on an paper insert (easier to read then writing on bag).  Be sure to store in a rodent free area - it would be a big bummer to find a hole chewed in your carefully cleaned and stored blanket!

Trust us, next winter pulling your fresh, clean, waterproof blanket out of its storage bag will be ALMOST as rewarding as buying a new one!

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Amigo Bravo 12 Pony Plus Light Weight Turnout