Barrel Racing Barrel Covers
Below are covers for barrel racing barrels for sale on Amazon, Horse .com, and State Line Tack. An attractive cover can hide a rusty barrel or one that needs painting, or simply make any barrel more attractive to help make the barrel racing event look more professional. Barrel covers are also sometimes called barrel wraps.
Below: A cover (or wrap) on a barrel during the barrel racing event.
Public domain image.
From Amazon, Horse .com and State Line Tack
Good Things To Know Before Buying A Barrel Cover
- Is the barrel cover new or used?
- What size is it? Is it made to cover a 55-gallon barrel or some other size?
- How many covers do you get? They're often sold in sets of three, but occasionally you see a single cover for sale by itself. Don't accidentally order one when you think you're getting three or vice versa.
- What's it made of? They're typically made from durable materials such as nylon or vinyl but it never hurts to make sure.
- How are the covers put onto the barrels? Most of the ones we've seen just slip on over the top, but, once again, it's a good idea to make sure.
- When shopping for barrel racing barrel covers, read the descriptions carefully! Barrel racing covers can look a lot like pop-up barrel racing barrels if you're browsing quickly through the images, but they're two entirely different things. Don't mistakenly order the wrong item.
- Is shipping included in the price or will it be extra? If it's extra, how much will the shipping charges be?
Below: Another barrel racer turns a covered barrel.
Public domain image.
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