I had to get a little creative with his blanket, because the shoulder wound would be rubbed and irritated by the fabric. Leaving him naked wasn't an option because he doesn't have much at all for hair. I dug through my vast collection of horse blankets, and I found a serviceable old Weatherbeeta (those things last forever) that now has a startling resemblance to a patchwork quilt. I sacrificed it to the cause by cutting off the front left corner of the blanket. I left the top chest buckle in tact but removed enough fabric that the sutures won't be rubbed or snagged by clothes. It turned out pretty well, and Touch A Prince is comfortable in it.
Although he only injured his left front, I put supportive wraps on his other legs as well. He is carrying more weight than usual on the good legs, because the injured one can't hold normal weight. These additional wraps give the tendons and ligaments in his good legs a little more support while they work overtime. A horse would normally walk around, and that would prevent the blood and lymph from pooling in his lower extremities, but since he is just standing in the stall the wraps also prevent stocking up. I take them off during the day to let the skin breathe, and rewrap at night.