US Sheepskin Head Collar Cover Set
Top-notch quality Sheepskin head collar cover set made from top grade medical sheepskin, these Engel head collar sets grant your horse maximum comfort and protection from rubs.
U.S Sheepskin Inc., is one of the largest sheepskin manufacturers in the U.S and Canada. Their number one goal is to continue to improve the quality and design of their products, but when you feel these in person you will really wonder how they can improve them. Glaze & Gordon are seriously impressed, and we are hard people to please when it comes to the comfort of our horses.
Not only do these head collar sets look fantastic, they provide your horse with excellent protection from rubs. Glaze & Gordon are a huge fan of sheepskin, and we want you to be too!
Perfect for travelling, or just when you want to treat your horse to some luxury.
- Opulence at its best in these sheepskin pieces for your horse's headcollar.
- Available to purchase individually (as head piece, nose band or 2 cheek pieces) or as a set of 4.
- Super easy to fit.
Designed to fit a 'full' head collar but can be cut to desired length if necessary.
Material: Medical Sheepskin
Care: Regular Maintenance – Sheepskin must be allowed to dry naturally and once dry, a light brushing of the sheepskin with a pet brush will separate the wool fibres and help to keep the wool fluffy and resilient for the next ride.
Washing – Sheepskin should be hand washed in cold water using a mild soap designed for sheepskin. We offer one of the best sheepskin detergents on the market, manufactured by Eucalan. Two other detergents that have posted good results and can be purchased off-the-shelf are Johnson n Johnson baby shampoo and Ivory Snow Flakes. Remove excess water by carefully squeezing the water out or placing in your washing machine on the spin cycle only. Do not wring the sheepskin out as it may result in damage.
Drying – Sheepskin should be line dried out of the sun. Lightly stretch the sleeve during the drying process to avoid shrinkage. Please do not put this in the dryer or on a heating device. Once dry, lightly brush the sheepskin with a pet brush to separate the wool fibres.