AQHA WeatherBeeta Blanket

Sales of the first exclusive AQHA WeatherBeeta blanket to begin August 26.

The American Quarter Horse Association
August 12, 2013

AQHA WeatherBeeta Blanket

The first exclusive AQHA WeatherBeeta blanket is available August 26.

The custom-edition, limited-supply American Quarter Horse Association WeatherBeeta blanket will be available for purchase starting August 26.

Chosen by AQHA Facebook fans, the custom-edition horse and dog blankets feature the AQHA logo and WeatherBeeta’s made-to-last durability. The new AQHA horse blanket is based on the WeatherBeeta Original 1200D Standard Neck turnout and is available in both medium and lite weights.

Both feature WeatherBeeta’s waterproof and breathable 1200 denier ripstop polyester outer, side gusset, extra-large tail flap and a double buckle front closure. The medium comes with 220 grams of polyfill for warmth, and the lite is lined in 210 denier Oxford lining to prevent rubs.

The blankets are black with red trim and include the AQHA logo on the left thigh. The matching dog blankets are medium-weight, nylon-lined 1200D parkas with touch tape chest and belly closures.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these blankets will benefit the American Quarter Horse Foundation.

The AQHA WeatherBeeta blanket will be sold exclusively through Quarter Horse Outfitters.  Pre-orders will be taken online and the Adequan Select World Championship Show, August 23-31, in Amarillo. Blankets can be purchased online After August 26, For pricing or to order a blanket, go to www.aqhastore.com.

As a proud partner of AQHA, WeatherBeeta has been designing and manufacturing horse clothing for more than 25 years. Through the use of only the most advanced design and materials, the company has been setting the trends since the very beginning. The company’s experience, technology, design and quality have made it the world’s leading equestrian brand. Whatever the weather, wherever you are in the world, there is bound to be a WeatherBeeta blanket for your horse!

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