Custom Horse BootsHorse boots custom
It' interesting to see that many easy cases of ankle twists usually wear off after a few mile. If your horse has crevices at the heel, it is advisable to test the boots before making any changes. When your horse shows a prolonged trend to distort the boots, the following procedure is very efficient in 99% of these cases.
Begin the procedure in a clear area and let someone help you to keep your horse. We do not recommend that you bind your horse during boots fitting or modification. When your horse is not yet used to wear boots, leave it in an arenas or similar enclosures for some period of unresponsiveness until you are happy.
If you are not sure whether you are using, fitting, removal or modification of shoes, consult a horse specialist. You should only begin with the modification if you are sure that your horse is at ease and feel secure when you wear the boots. Take up the foot and place the foot in the boots.
Note the side clearance (gaps) between the heel and the side walls of the boots. They will file in these spaces with "liquid polyurethan washers" for a beautiful, individual fitting. Allow the area to accommodate the polyurethanes. The easiest way to do this is with a rotating electrician. Made by Dremel, this special utility is operated by a lithium-ion rechargeable cell for mobility in the fields.
Electric implements can be frightening for a horse, so first test the implement near your horse to make sure it doesn't react. When your horse responds to the instrument, move away from your horse when using the electrician. Rough abrasive paper can be used instead of the electrician.
When using electrical appliances, always observe the appropriate protective measures, and wear suitable protective eyewear. General area shown in the square is the area where we will glue the polyurethanes in. Here it is a matter of roughening the surfaces in order to achieve the best possible occlusion for the polyurethanes used. It is a 3/8" tungsten hard metal end mill.
Rough abrasive paper can be used as an alternate to the electrician. To avoid gluing the polyurethan to the shoe, put boiling sprays such as PAM on the shoe in the area where the shoe should be glued. Obviously this is a very important part of the procedure, but it is not necessary to drip the film on the film. A thin but visibly layer is sufficient.
The Vettec "Adhere" label is recommended for the mounting materials themselves. Now is a good moment to put on some of your disposables' safety glove if you are prissy about getting adhesive on your palms.
Place the boots on the hooves and spray into the spaces on both sides of the heel. When the bullet is new, I suggest that you spray the first centimetre of the bullet onto the floor or into a waste bin, as the very first amount of the bullet may not mix correctly and may stick in the bag.
Make sure to insert the jet well into the crevices to spread the paint only on the side walls. It is not desired, but it is unavoidable that some adhesive forms under the foot, but don't be afraid, if it does, we can get it off later. It is quick to set up, so you shouldn't mess around too much when you' re putting it on.
Gently lower the cartouche pistol to prevent the tip from tearing off and quickly push the boots into the bottom when there is debris under the foot. Also, be sure to align the center sulkus (center of the frog) as well as possible with the center of the boots.
Keep the hooves off the floor for about three to four mins. It is possible to test the fabric for stickiness with your fingers and once the adhesive has solidified, you can drag the magic heat onto the foot and put the foot down for a few more minuettes.
Once the PU has set strongly, lift the boots off the hooves. As a result of your efforts, custom washers that match the hooves to perfection! It' a good time to put the electric tools away. It' important to take off the adhesive that has landed under the hooves, as this can become very stiff and in the near term the form of the fabric may not match the form of the foot.
In general, wipe any areas that look unsightly or have been squeezed beyond the form of the boots. Alternatively to the rotating electric tools, you can use a good horse's foot blade to remove the surplus before the resin has completely cured. When using a blade, be sure not to slice yourself and use this technique only if you are an expert farrier with the necessary ability to trimming the soles of your hooves, which is similar.
Clean out all the chips and put on the boots to see what a good piece of work you've done! Note in this perspective that the center of the sulcus is aligned with the midline of the boots, yet there is a medial/side mismatch in the angle of the walls that is visible from one to the other and causes each disc to look different than the opposite one.
Regardless of the shape of the heel, the washers are a perfect match for the hooves. When you want to briefly rid the horse, be sure to remove the horse's hooves and any other oils from the gall.