Classic Equine Knee Boot

$26.99
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Classic Equine Knee Boot

$26.99

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Product Summary:

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    100% neoprene construction with hook-and-loop attachments. Tested, approved, and used by AQHA/NRHA Champions Carol Rose, Todd Sommers, and Don Murphy. Innovative design. Offers superb protection and remains in place.   Sold individually.

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Because the less-expensive model doesn't work at all. Am returning it.
nancy g on Aug 8, 2015
Needed
Deana B on Dec 9, 2014
trainer suggestion
Kristi W on Jan 15, 2015
What is this knee boot used for? would be nice if you provided some basic information about it.
Diana W on Oct 24, 2015
Best Answer: My mare is dominant in the herd and never lies down. From exhaustion, she frequently starts to fall over, and sometimes actually does. The knee pads are to keep her from cutting up her knees. However, they do not stay up very well. If she lived in a stall, perhaps they would work better; but she is out 24/7 and walks around a lot.
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do they come in all sizes?????????????
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: No but they are very adjustable. You really only need one. Not necessary on both knees. An upside down bell boot works well but knee boots have a little more of a professional look if you are in public.
Reply · Report · WANDA M on Jan 5, 2015
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