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Cashel Boomers Hock Sock

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Product Summary:

Cashel Boomer's Hock Socks
We have all been faced with the difficult task of bandaging and treating a horse’s hock. As an answer to this common dilemma, Cashel created this all-in-one bandage with hook and loop closures especially for the hock. The closure straps are equipped with elastic which allows you to vary the tension and they also help the bandage stay put. Use over a medication or with your favorite liniment. Sold in pairs.
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Horse Black E002199 HRS BLK BHS-BLA-H 804381007944
Horse Green E002199 HRS GRN BHS-GRN-H
Horse Navy E002199 HRS NVY BHS-H-NAV
Horse Red E002199 HRS RED BHS-RED-H
Pony Black E002199 PNY BLK BHS-BLA-P
Pony Green E002199 PNY GRN BHS-GRN-P
Pony Navy E002199 PNY NVY BHS-NAV-P
Pony Red E002199 PNY RED BHS-RED-P
Warmblood Black E002199 WMB BLK BHS-BLA-WB
Warmblood Green E002199 WMB GRN BHS-GRN-WB
Warmblood Navy E002199 WMB NVY BHS-NAV-WB
Warmblood Red E002199 WMB RED BHS-RED-WB

Product Reviews by Customers

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Functional but not very durable
I use these Hock Socks on a mare who gets sores on her hocks when she lies down in the stall. They definitely prevent the sores, but the fabric isn't very durable. We remove the Hock Socks every morning, yet they only lasted a month or so. This mare isn't rambunctious and never tears up her blankets. I was surprised the Hock Socks didn't last longer. Having said that, I did order a 2nd pair for her.
January 19, 2017
Soft/good quality but couldn't tighten
the velcro should go around the whole boot but it's only on one side so i wasn't able to tighten it. Ultimately I had to return it which is sad because I liked it otherwise
November 7, 2016
The best way to keep a bandage on!
I have a year and a half old colt that injured himself in the hock area and YES, it is extremely difficult to keep a bandage on in the hock area!!Thank goodness I ran across this item! I was having to re-bandage him twice a day which involved giving him drugs to allow me to do so.... Not a good situation! The Hock Sock was very comfortable for him and the bandage stayed on! My vet now carries this in her truck so other injuries like this can covered with the Hock Sock! My advice - get this item and keep it in your tack room. You will be so thankful that you did when you need it!
September 6, 2016
Great Product!
This hock wrap worked great for my gelding who was getting sores from laying down in the barn at night. They will not stay up on their own though, I always have to put his standing wraps on with them for the hock sock to stay on his hocks.
October 26, 2015
Use with a leg wrap
To solve the problem of the hock wrap sliding down, I just wrap the hind legs as well. Then the hock wrap sits on top of the leg wrap and can't slide down. My horse got used to it quickly, and his hock healed nicely, thanks to the Hock Sock.
June 19, 2015
Don't always stay put
I think most products that protect the hocks have a problem of staying put. I put them on my horse overnight and one or both of them were always hanging down at his ankles in the morning, but regardless, they are still in one piece and have held up well. My horse also seemed bothered by them and kept bending his leg up high, so maybe a horse who isn't as fussy would have more success, so therefore, I would recommend them. I didn't try this yet, but I was thinking they might work best if they were fitted kind of loose and had a elastic strap that Velcroed to the outside of the boot over the horses hindquarter to the other boot?
February 18, 2014
Almost perfect!
These are the best hock boot product I've found yet for protecting my old gelding's hocks at night from sores while getting up and down. My only complaint is that are aren't terribly sturdy. We're on our second pair in just a few months.
November 15, 2012
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horse on stall rest with mats was getting hock rubs. Borrowed one of these from a friend and like the easy on/off and washability - better than quilts and wraps.
Dawn S on Apr 13, 2017
horse on stall rest with mats was getting hock rubs. Borrowed one of these from a friend and like the easy on/off and washability - better than quilts and wraps.
Dawn S on Apr 13, 2017
for Gypsie
Kara N on Mar 17, 2017
for Gypsie
Kara N on Mar 17, 2017
Are these hock boots sold as a pair on individually?
Janis A on Feb 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are sold in pair. You can have this info in Product Summary.