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Top 20 Boots Used for Horses

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There are many boots manufactured for use in protecting horses' limbs.

Rated 0 points - posted 11 years ago by dspsfarm in category Sports.
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Petal boots Report Abuse
A type of over-reach boot that has replaceable pets in case of damage.
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Competition boots Report Abuse
Must give good protection and have secure fastenings. A non-absorbent boot is most suitable if water has to be negotiated.
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Yorkshire boot Report Abuse
Is made from woolen material and fastened with a wide tape. Can solve brusing problems.
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Polo wraps Report Abuse
Polo wraps can be used instead of boots for protection, but must be carefully wrapped to avoid cutting off the circulation in a horse's leg.
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Fetlock/ankle protection Report Abuse
A smaller version of the fetlock boot which protects the front part of the fetlock only. Used for horses that may fall forward when getting up or down or stumble when getting up.
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Rubber boots Report Abuse
A type of bell boot that can be softened in hot water to pull on. Some bell boots have buckles that cause a horse to stumble if he treads on them.
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Boots for injuries Report Abuse
Hoof boots are made to hold poultices or drawing agents for hooves that are abcessed or otherwise injured.
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Hock boots Report Abuse
The hock is prone to injury on journeys or in the stable if there is insufficient bedding. Hock boots should be kept soft and well oiled and must be well padded inside. They should not be left on for long periods.
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Knee caps Report Abuse
The knee joint is vulnerable to knocks and bruising. Travelling knee caps are a sensible investment and the skeleton pattern a useful precaution for road work. Can also be used for horses with chronic big knees who tend to knock themselves when jumping.
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Travelling boots Report Abuse
Short and long travelling boots are made to protect the horse while trailering to different locations. Some horses need to be trained to wear them.
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Speedicut boots Report Abuse
These boots are cut high on the inside and protect the high stepping horse or jumper who tends to strike himself.
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Sausage boot Report Abuse
Is made of thick rubber tubing threaded on a strap and fitted to the pastern of each hind leg. Protects the pastern or coronet.
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Tendon boots Report Abuse
Are designed to winthstand a strike into the front tendon, and have extra padding down the back.
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Brushing boots Report Abuse
There are many boots made to protect the cannon bone. A full-length brushing boot will protect the leg from the knee to the fetlock.
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Fetlock boots Report Abuse
The fetlock joints are very vulnerable to knocks, especially on the hind legs, as many horses move extremely close behind. Once bruised, the joint can become chronically enlraged from continuous friction unless it is protected. Several models of fetlock boots are available.
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Over-reach or bell boots Report Abuse
Are designed to protect the heels of the front legs from being trodden on. They should be used for all jumping or fast work.
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Medical boots Report Abuse
There are boots made with magnets attached for magnet therapy.
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Polo boots Report Abuse
Are very well padded to absorb accidental blows in the course of a game, and are designed to come well down over the fetlock joing. They become heavy when wet, however, and are not suitable for eventing or long-distance riding.
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Open fronted boots Report Abuse
Are popular with show jumpers. They protect the tendons but leave the front of the leg clear.
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Tendon moulds Report Abuse
Can be put inside brushing boot, or banaged into place, for extra protection.
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