Professional Rug Care

Horse owners trust us to look after their expensive horse rugs. We specialise in the care, repair and reproofing of turnout and stable rugs and are committed to delivering the very best service possible.

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Professional Care for your Best Friends Rugs

Mud Rugs Equine Laundry is owned and operated by Jane Mercer and is based near Westwoodside, South Yorkshire, where we use top of the range industrial washing machines to clean even the dirtiest of horse rugs in a safe, ecological and economical way.

Whether lightweight Stable or heavyweight Turnout rugs, we can collect, bag, tag, clean, wash, dry and then pack your rugs ready for return delivery.

We help you keep your horse looking smart and feeling comfortable; and we provide your freshly laundered rugs in good quality bags to be stored for future use.

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Jane started Mud Rugs in 2012 with the aim of providing an efficient, affordable equine rug wash service that horse owners could rely on. Her simple intent was to ensure her horsey clients got the service they demanded and deserved.

Significant investment followed with the setup of a dedicated washer unit, the purchase of modern efficient commercial washing machines with specialised drums that allow the rugs and detergents to move around freely, and the sourcing of quality products that work well and produce excellent results. Good quality bags were an obvious essential to allow clients to put their heavyweight rugs away till winter.

Rug repairs entered the mix after client requests became too many to ignore, and Jane searched for and found an excellent seamstress in the form of Jill, who can and does make an excellent job of all the rug repairs our horse owners send us.

Jane has over 20 years equestrian experience and is a horse owner herself. Today she runs a private yard and competes her own show horses. She has previously done quite well in affiliated British Dressage competitions and in unaffiliated show-jumping and equestrian eventing.

Quality Equestrian Services

Rug Washing from £6.00
Wash & ReProof from £10.50
Rug Repairs from £1.50
Numnahs & Boots from £1.50
FREE Collection & Delivery
Customer Satisfaction Included

Mud-Rugs Highly Qualified Team Members

JaneOwner Operator
Jane owns and runs Mud-Rugs and is also a keen show horse competitor.
DebbieShow Prep & Livery Services
Debbie is our yard manager. She looks after the stables and ensures the horses are prepared for shows.
JillRug Repairs
Jill is the in-house seamstress at Mud-Rugs. There is very little she can’t do with a needle and thread and is able to repair all sorts of tears and snags as well as replace buckles, surcingles and patch webbing.
SteveMaintenance & Repairs
Steve is responsible for keeping everything in good order. From washing machines to gates and everything in between.

What Do Our Customers Have To Say About Mud-Rugs?

Because we love our customers and we’re fully dedicated to keeping their trust by offering a truly personal service with brilliant results.

“Fast turn-round and very friendly service. A clean turnout rug well packed ready for next winter. ”

“I have been using Mud-rugs for several years and the service is second to none. The rugs come back from cleaning looking brand new. Nothing is too much for Jane and her staff, repairs are first class. If a quick turnaround is required it is never a problem. Unbelievable prices for such a first class service. Thanks Mud-rugs.”

“Had my rugs cleaned by mud rugs. OMG! They’ve come back looking as good as new. Repairs are great quality. They were washed repaired and back to me quickly. Definitely great value.”

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“I have known Jane for a number of years now and she is 100% reliable, honest and trustworthy, she does all the repairs and rug cleaning for my yard, the rugs come back really clean and wrapped, at a reasonable price. I would certainly recommend her.”

Cheryl Fraser, Yard Owner

“Would definitely recommend Jane at Mud Rugs. Repaired my turnout rug with a huge rip that had gone right through the layers. I thought it was beyond repair.”