How much can you sell a horse blanket for?
You can sell a rug for however much you think it is worth.
a regular horse blanket is worth about $25-$75 depending on what brand you buy.
You need a blanket for your horse in the winter (most likely a heavier blanket) and if you want to or need to a fly blanket in the summertime.
you can't. the blanket will only go on your horse when the horse is sick.
your horse should use a blanket when its col or mainly in winter
This depends on how much a horse is worth and how much the owner is willing to sell it for.
A horse should have a blanket in fall or winter to keep it warm.
You should blanket your horse in the winter months if you are located in a cold area. You can also blanket your horse on nights before a show in the winter but its mostly recommended you put the horse in an available stall.
If you blanket a horse at the beginning of Autumn then it has to stay on until warmer weather comes around again as the blanket prevents the horse from growing it's winter coat. Without the the natural hair coat or the blanket the horse could become susceptible to influenza. You can also blanket a horse with a thin blanket in the summer. This keeps the flies away and prevents the horses coat bleaching in the… Read More
it depends on the weather,season, and the kind of blanket
A blanket cannot be put onto a horse as you are unable to buy one. You can however have a blanket which allows you to have your horse sleep outside in all weather. To get this it is a random event. you just put your horse in the box and sometimes it will find objects. e.g tub of grease, whip, horse blanket and a few more. Plus I found it's more likely that you get… Read More
You can put a heavy blanket on a horse in the winter to help keep the horse warm and keep dirt and mud off. Also you can keep a very lightweight blanket on the horse in the summer to keep dirt,dust,and mostly flies off your horse.
Measure your horse from the middle of his chest to the middle of his tail. The number of inches will be the blanket size.
They were used to close the horse blanket around the horse. It's a giant safety pin. Used before velcro and leather tabs with buckles.
A good way to tell if your horse is cold is to touch his ears. If they are cold, he is. If you clip your horse, it may need a blanket in the winter.
When a stallion mates with a mare. horse hair?? horse skin?? horse blanket??
You can put a heavy blanket on a horse in the winter to help keep the horse warm and keep dirt and mud off. Also you can keep a very lightweight blanket on the horse in the summer to keep dirt,dust,and mostly flies off of him.
A horse should be ridden with a saddle blanket all the time to avoid discomfort for the horse. If you dont ride with a saddle blanket it could injure the skin on your horses back and rub his fur off.
Horses might need blankets during the winter if they are outside. If your horse is inside a warm stable, you probably do not need a blanket. Horses also need a blanket if they have been exercising and it is cool, because they can sweat and lose too much heat. A horse only needs a blanket over the winter if it doesn't have a thick winter coat grown in. If it has a good winter coat… Read More
A horse blanket...? :/♥
Winter I should imagine.
Horses do not really need a blanket and it is actually unhealthy for them to wear one as you can read in the related link. The only time a horse really needs a blanket is if you clip them in the winter, robbing him of his protection from the cold. To tell if your horse is cold, touch his ears. If they are cold, he is cold. If not, leave him be without a blanket.
Never. Horses do not need blankets, even in extreme weather. They grow winter coats. Putting a blanket on prevents this coat from developing. If you want a healthy horse, do not blanket.
you go to breeding >> sales and click on "sell a horse", then select a horse to sell. click "sell" and you're done! :)
Depending on whether or not your horse is clipped then you could give your horse a blanket in the winter. Horses can also have sheets to keep the dust off them in the stable or in the pasture to keep off flies.
English riding: A saddle A saddle blanket A bridle And some brushes for your horse Western riding: Western saddle Saddle blanket Western bridle Brushes for your horse
Usually you'd get your horse a new blanket in late fall or early winter. Or what ever the coldest season for your region is.
You should cover a horse in WINTER
Never, they are outdoor animals. They develop a winter coat. Blankets prevent this from happening and create health issues. If you want a healthy horse do not blanket.
Theyre usually a blanket that can snap on the horse which keeps him from getting cold or wet, or even to keep the flys away. theyre face masks, that put blankets over the horses eyes that it can see through to keep the flys away from its eyes thats the saddle blanket it goes under the saddle when riding it depends what you mean a horse blanket is something your horse wears in the stables… Read More
There are two answers to your questions: If you are asking "if you need a blanket under a saddle" then, yes. It is to protect a horses back. But, if you are asking "if you need a full body blanket to keep a horse warm" then, no. Unless you are in Norway and you have a very thin coated horse.
you can't really do that unless you make a blanket of leaves or grass
A very light weight blanket- usually used to keep the horse clean.
go to the horse and choose sell horse, put in amount of e and p you want to sell it for.
No, you can't sell horses on My Horse the game.
winter AnswerUnless you clip your horse, he will be fine without a blanket year-round, and it is better for the horse this way. A horses coat is a great insulator, and can handle at least 30 degrees colder than we can. However, most people clip their horses because they dont want to take the time to cool down the horse or because they want the horse to look better in a show, and in that… Read More
In the winter
I think in the Winter.
when its a cold night or at winter time.
a heavy weight
You have to have at LEAST 30 days of senority on howrse. You click sell horse,then you click reserve horse and you type in the players name and how much you want 4 it. go on to your howrses page them click on the sell icon and then click sell in the private sales and they just fill in the cost ect and done :)
Season doesn't matter. If it's cold, you need to put a blanket on your horse. It can get cold in the middle of summer sometimes; you have to pay attention to the weather.
It is bad for horses to wear blankets as you can read in the related link. The only time you would need to blanket a horse is if you rob them of their protection from the cold by clipping them. In this case the blanket is the lesser of 2 evils, even though it is still really bad. To tell if the horse needs a blanket, touch his ears. If they are cold, he is… Read More
There is no US 1923 horse-blanket sized two-dollar bill. The last large-sized $2 bills were dated 1918. New small-sized bills were released in 1928. However, a "horse blanket" one-dollar bill from 1923 can be worth about $15.
depends on how much you use them - If you purchase a good wool blanket and wash it once a year it should last you forever.
That would depend on how good of a winter coat he's grown and how much hay he's being fed.
your horse usually needs a blanket when its raining. Some people say when it is windy but, that is not true. Horses hairs stick up when the are cold to keep them warm (just like us).
No you can't directly sell your horse. However, you can sell its deed if you have it in your inventory.
You would put a blanket on a horse in the winter to save him from getting a cold or even dieing. However, if you do not clip your horse, it is better to leave him unblanketed. To tell if your horse is cold enough to blanket him, touch his ears. If the are cold, he is most likely cold. If they are not, he is fine as is. Also look for abnormal behavior. If he… Read More
You click on the sales tab and in the middle between what type of sales and the word sales there will be three options. click on the one that says sell horse. they select the horse you want to sell, the price then click sell horse
Horse blanket sizing usually goes by inches not feet. A large pony like a cob or a small horse will generally start at about a 70. This can vary depending on the build of the horse and the blanket manufacturer. Some tack stores will fit your horse for a blanket if you can bring him in a trailer. If that is not possible measure with a tape measure from the middle of the horse's chest… Read More