Cavallo Horse Boots

Kavallo horse boots

Kavallo Simple Boots The Cavallo Simple Boots are multi-purpose boots that are ideal for the all-terrain foot protectors of barefooters. Enables normal extension of the foot walls and increases perfusion. Absorb shocks so that your horse's feet are no longer needed! Provides convenience in case of permanent pains, sensitivities of the hooves and assists in the recovery of traumas, abcesses, navicular pains, hoof deer, hooves, bruises of the soles and contracting heel.

Increases the level of safety when trailers and growing and is ideal as a "spare tyre" when a boot is wasted. Light, easy to put on and take off and remains safe on the hooves. Molded for the normal hooves (requires no inlays or washers). Connect to the Cavallo Gel Pads! Are you looking for additional security?

Cavallo Pastern Wrapo offers an additional protective coating for the horse's smooth leather when you are riding.

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Shoes are often seen as a replacement for a horseshoe, either as a replacement for a tossed boot when no blacksmith is available, or as an alternate type of boot guard for a bare-foot horse. The boots are used in all horse back trails and are particularly appreciated for trailer and stamina rides.

It is also used on parade horse and on policeman working on cobbles. Shoes can also be used during the transition from shoed to unshoed horseback rides, or during a horseback trip if a horse is throwing a shoe[1] In areas with persistent slipperiness in cold weather, boots are often used in conjunction with cleats bolted into the sole[2].

When a horse has a stab wounds in the foot or a bruised patch on the outsole, the boots provide shelter for the lesion or lesion, increase the cleanness of the area and can sometimes be used to keep an envelope or other medications in touch with the foot.

It is also very useful for protecting the hoofs of a horse that for some reasons cannot carry a horseshoe, such as a horse that has suffered sickness or injuries and thus loses a large part of its farina. Frequently a horse with laminitis also reacts well to the protective effect of boots while its hoofs heal.

Usually boots are not kept on horseback all day, but are put on and off as needed. At the end of the tour, saddle mounts are undressed every day. If the horse is injured, they can be kept for a longer period of operation, but must be regularly taken off and washed. After that the boots can be swapped.

Friction or abnormal grazes should be inspected on the horse.

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