The important points to consider are the use of the horse blanket, the size of the horse, the thickness and the material. The thickness varies from 0 grams, 100 grams, 150 grams, 200 grams, etc. The thickest blanket does not immediately mean that it is the best. This depends on various factors, such as the type of stable where the horse stands, the season / weather and what the horse finds comfortable. If you want to wash the horse blanket, keep in mind the different materials in which they are available. This can be of, for example, fleece, nylon, polyester, cotton, etc. The strength of the blanket is indicated in Denier, or D. A high Denier indicates that the horse blanket is made of a stronger material. There are also many different sizes. If you do not know which sizes you need, consult our blanket size table. This contains various blanket sizes with which you can calculate which blanket size you need. However, keep in mind the construction of your horse (s). For example, if your horse is very wide or has an extraordinarily long back, your horse probably needs one size larger. If your horse is exceptionally narrow or if it has a particularly short back, then you probably need one size smaller.