Different Horse BootsVarious boots
Riding boots - Hoof shoes
Horseriding boots (boots)Horses are wearing boots for many different purposes, be it for travel, competitions, tournaments or therapies, boots help to prevent injuries to the horse and in some cases also provide assistance for the thigh. The horse wears boots on the front and back of the horse, from the knees down, and the kind of boots that you choose determines which part of the horse's bones it helps to preserve.
Boat construction boots can be made of plastic, calfskin or natural gas. They are either fastened with robust hook and loop fasteners or a genuine silver metal clasp. When there are two belts overlapping, the first belt is pulled up from the front of the legs to the back of the legs, and the second belt, which passes over the top, is fastened to go from the back of the legs to the front of the legs.
The use of two belts improves the fixation of the boots. The boots should always be cleaned after each use, either by scrubbing or wash-off. The boots have different kinds of boots for different uses. They go around the ankle and the heel and help to prevent the heel from hitting the hindquarters.
It can be used on any horse that tends to injure its feet and is used more frequently for jumps and cross-country rides where the danger of injuries to the feet is high. Over-rage boots are made of plastic or caoutchouc and can be attached with belt and clasp, hook and loop fastener or as a full-length cuff.
Full-length boots are often referred to as bucket boots, they stick in place but can be hard to put on and take off. Multi-flower boots are very well able to hold in place and not fold up, which will protect the heel even when one flower leaf is removed from the others.
These can be made of either plastic or genuine leathers and have either a hook and loop fastener or a genuine plastic clasp. It can be fastened with either two or four individual belts or two twin belts, with the first belt fitted from front to back as usual, and then a second belt is fitted over the top, which goes from back to front to hold the shoe tight.
The size ranges from the bangs to the extra-large horse, and the brush boots can be attached to the front or ankles. They are used by the broodmares at the stables, are made of felt and are placed over the horses feets to prevent injuries to the sire. They can be used when a horse loses a boot and are positioned to cover the entire foot and prevent damaging the soles and frogs.
Made of durable elastic with a safe closure, they are robust and durable, which is perfect if you are traveling a long way and still have many kilometres to travel before you reach a blacksmith. The open fronts are mainly used for show jumper sport, as they protect the chords that run down the back of the legs and are open at the front, which stimulates the horse to take up the front legs instead of hitting the stick.
Chord boots often have strong chord protectors that run down the back of the legs and protect the chord from being hammered through the backbone. Now many brush boots are equipped with a string protector integrated in the boots, which provides the horse with all-round brush and string-protector.
The boots are fleece-lined, quick-drying and comfort. Used mainly in show jumper sport, these are attached to the back cuffs and keep the horse from scratching the cuffs together. These can be made of synthetics or leathers and are available in bangs, cobs and full size. It is a ring of elastic that will fit around the horse's heels.
It is designed to avoid hooves and shoes damaging the elbows when the horse is laying down. They are made of durable plastic and are carried to the protection of the horse feet on journeys. These should reach just below the crown strap and be kept in place with robust hook and loop fasteners.
They are used to keep the horse's elbows safe when horseback rides on the street or during transport. These can be made of plastic or plastic and are fastened with a belt and a clasp just above the kneecap, which goes upwards from the front to the back with the clasp on the outside to avoid it being hit by the other one.
They are carried over the ankle joints to avoid injury such as bruises or bumps that the horse causes on the sides or side of a truck or truck trailers during transport. It is a rear brush boots with a raised top on the inside of the boots.
In this way it is prevented that a horse with a high brush effect injures the other one. It allows you to take advantage of the circulation effect of recycled bottled or replenished waters that pass through a welly. Tubular boots are used to help relieve swelling and bruises and can be fitted with a tubing connection that is inserted directly into the boots, reducing the need for manual standing and tubing.