Ex­tra sup­port for your horse’s legs.

Horse & Rider - - CONTENTS -

 Re­gard­less of if you’re prep­ping for a ma­jor com­pe­ti­tion or sim­ply ex­er­cis­ing your horse, some­times his lower legs need a lit­tle ex­tra sup­port. An or­tho­pe­dic sup­port boot, like the one above from Icon­o­clast ($75; west­ern­le­ga­cysales.com), aids in the preven­tion of lower-leg soft-tis­sue dam­age and re­duces joint in­ter­fer­ence and re­stric­tion. The dou­ble-sling straps evenly dis­trib­ute sup­port to your horse’s sus­pen­sory branches and help lift and cra­dle your horse’s leg for ul­ti­mate pro­tec­tion.

TIP To en­sure that your horse’s boot ac­cu­rately fits, mea­sure both his front and hind fet­locks us­ing a soft tape mea­sure.

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