The Cowgirl Fever was an amazing horse blanket when it hit the horse world in 2010, and it remained a hot item in 2011. Sales seemed to even out in mid-2012. It seemed as if the Cowgirl Fever sales were slowing. But, as we approached fall, an uptrend in sales showed renewed interest.
Now it’s 2013 and this incredible horse blanket is spiking sales at a furious pace, outselling all the other blankets and making lucky buyers happy to get one. Indeed, the numbers available at Ozark Leather – Saddle King of Texas are dwindling. This really is the last year the Cowgirl Fever is available.
For those who are familiar with my articles, you already know how crazy things became regarding this particular horse blanket. People were selling them at a furious clip on Facebook and eBay and even at Farmers’ Markets. The blankets were being scalped at astounding prices. It became an indisputable fact – people wanted one and they were willing to pay for it.
A year ago I wrote,
When all is said and done, this Ozark horse blanket isn’t just a blanket or a colorful printed fashion for horses. This is a winter horse blanket turnout that is waterproof, well insulated and durable. It is a horse-clothing item that also happens to be fashionable in a contemporary chic style. The print incorporates the various popular symbols of today including the retro peace sign, a skull, and florals. It is a hardworking winter horse blanket turnout that also happens to be attractive, colorful and popular.
Here in New England we say that California, Texas, and many of the western states are trendsetters. The practical New Englander catches the drift but is cautious and takes a little longer to get into the trend. That is where we are now – all of the people that had not caught the “cowgirl fever” are catching it now – hopefully not too late. The available numbers of these blankets are dwindling.
What’s not to like. It’s not only great looking, it’s exceptionally well constructed, is waterproof and insulated, and provides the horse with real comfort in both fit and warmth. It’s longwearing and has proven durable. It traps body heat while providing breathability. The blanket has three d-rings to which a hood can be attached and secured with straps. The specs of the Cowgirl Fever make it a really fine blanket. I first wrote about this well-made Ozark blanket in 2010.
Surcingles, leg and hood straps are replaceable. The Cowgirl Fever horse blanket comes in open front or closed front styles and effectively blocks inclement weather. The generous shoulder gussets permit free movement and the tail flap keeps out wind and rain on the horse’s backside. Hoods of a 3/4 style were available to perfectly match the blanket but at this writing they may well be sold out.
My own store has sold a fair share of these remarkable horse turnouts. In fact, I have shipped them to both Switzerland and France. At this time, I have another shipment going to France to a different customer.
Testimonials about the Cowgirl Fever are excellent. The only complaint heard here in New England is that they’re getting hard to find again. So true.
No hype – If you’re in the market for a horse blanket turnout to see your horse through the rigors of winter, consider the Cowgirl Fever. Get it or miss out. The numbers are rapidly on the decline – predictably the popular sizes will sell out and then only the smaller ones will remain.
Shop around and get yours before it’s too late.
Source: www.DressYourHorse.com and Ozark stats
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