Cashel Stall Sore Boots

$26.99
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Cashel Stall Sore Boots

$26.99

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Cashel Stall Sore Boot
 
A simple solution to the age old problem of horses scraping, bruising and developing pressure sores on the foreleg as a result of being down with medical conditions or from being stalled on hard surfaces.  The Stall Sore Boot’s neoprene exterior and soft fleece lining moves comfortably with the horse to prevent irritation. Aids in protecting existing sores from further aggravation for faster healing, and the open back prevents binding while the leg is bent for added comfort. Plus, the adjustable straps allow the boot to fit a wide range of leg sizes. Wash in cold water, air dry.
 
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These boots stay in place and keep my horse from getting sores on his front legs when getting up They really work well and are easy to put on.
Minnie K on May 1, 2014
needed for horse
Dori B on Mar 22, 2014
does the horse you put the boots on have whiteline?
taylor d on Dec 2, 2014
Best Answer: Have used the Stall Sore Boots on several horses. No white line but maybe you have them too snug or you have a horse with sensitive skin. Maybe get fleece to cover area that gets white? Stall Sore Boots are great and hope they continue to make refine them over time. Ground is so hard where I am that the front wears out after a few months. With out them I have had horses get horrific sores so I will still keep buying them. Best wishes for refining the boot to your horse. Karen N
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