Horse jammies, hoodies, and undies.


“Jammies” or horse underwear, is a general term I like to use for the myriad of styles of sleek and form-fitting nylon hoodies or slinkies that horses can wear.  You may know these types of horse fashion as sleazy or sleazies. 


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  • For many years, we shall call them “the snob years,” the thought of putting a hoodie on a dressage horse was horrid. Now that I have entered the “if it works, run with it” years, I can see the true value of having an open mind about all things pajama-like.


  • Recently, I purchased a hood for my horse to protect a wound on his neck. I needed a way to keep the bandage clean when he is outside in his giant paddock that doubles as his personal mud bath and dirt farm. I quickly came to love the hoodie for what it does, while developing thick skin from the other barn ladies that pointed out how ridiculous he looks wearing it.


gray horse wearing a blue nylon hood

Migs is sporting what we called the “Captain Blueberry” look.


Ways to use horse hoodies and sleazies.


  • Keep the bugs at bay!
  • Protect wounds from sun, dirt, and bugs.
  • Train the mane to one side.
  • Use under blankets to prevent wither and shoulder rubs.
  • Help keep your horse clean the night before a show.
  • They can protect your horse’s braids at a show.


chestnut horse wearing a blue sleazy underwear

Everyone gets a chance to be “Captain Blueberry.”


Some warnings about these hoodies:


  • Some horses find them horribly itchy and will rub them off. This can be downright bad for the hoodie and your horse, especially around the eye and nose areas.
  • Avoid using them in warmer temperatures. They can collect quite a bit of heat, especially if they are dark.
  • Be prepared for snickers and nicknames, perhaps even some stares and points from your barn buddies.
  • I prefer the zip-up kind, as the non-zippered versions are trickier to pull over the neck. Have a friend help you with either style until you and your horse get the “installation process” down.
  • You also need to be sure the zipper doesn’t get too hot in the sun.


  • Don’t use them in the rain, just in case. 


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Tough 1 Spandex Mane Stay Hood – pick a size and color!


This style is great for shoulder rubs from blankets.


Shoulders and part of the mane are protected with this style


If your horse needs a belly covering, this style may work for you. 



This sleazy design is great for pairing with blankets for horses that get hip rubs and shoulder rubs


Love this shiny color for this sleazy


Thank you!


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