Cashel Stall Sore Boots

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Product Summary:

Cashel Stall Sore Boot
 
Here's 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. It 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. Sold in pairs.
 
Features:
  • Neoprene exterior with soft fleece lining for comfort
  • Helps to prevent existing sores from worsening and allows for quicker healing
  • Adjustable straps to fit a variety of leg sizes 
Item Specifications:

Washing Instructions:

Wash in cold water, air dry
 
Sizing:
Medium: 9"
Large: 10.5" 

 

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Large E002187 LG SSB-BLA-L 804381030386
Medium E002187 MD SSB-BLA 804381020400

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My horse is accident prone.
Cassidy B on Sep 27, 2018
older mare getting sores on fetlocks
Denise K on Sep 22, 2018
My horse is accident prone.
Cassidy B on Sep 27, 2018
My horse is very fine coated and when she lies down to roll she tends to cut up her ankles and knees and hocks.
LYNNI H on Sep 23, 2018
older mare getting sores on fetlocks
Denise K on Sep 22, 2018
recomended by vet
Don H on Jun 1, 2018
These boots help heal fetlock sores nicely and they last several years. They are easy to use and clean. I keep several pairs on hand for my senior horses.
Karen V on May 29, 2018
My 25 yo Morgan mare with DSLD has been scraping herself when getting up in her stall overnight
Any D. B on May 25, 2018
My horse gets sores
Stacey D on Apr 27, 2018
I have an older horse with fetlock sores; protection when laying down.
Antonia R on May 7, 2017
Great for horse that has sleeping sickness. Keeps his legs for injury
Bonnie E on Jan 13, 2017
My horses are boarded at an excellent place; however, the ground in their stalls/corrals (they are turned out on pasture during the day) is extremely hard and causes sores on their pasterns and sometimes hocks when they lay down or try to get grass under the fences.
Pamela B on Dec 1, 2016
My older horse has fetlock joint sores because of the hard dry ground in Colorado. He scrapes them lying down, then when he gets up again. These are perfect with the open back for the skin to breathe and flexes easily! I have an older pair right now and needed to update.
Mary M on Oct 1, 2016
Want to see if they work
Margaret P on Aug 9, 2016
friend has used with good results so want to use on one of my mares
Janet A on Jul 26, 2016
My horse is very fine coated and when she lies down to roll she tends to cut up her ankles and knees and hocks.
LYNNI H on Sep 23, 2018
recomended by vet
Don H on Jun 1, 2018
what size does my 16.3 horse with short cannon bones need?
nancy c on Dec 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I always buy the Large and have used them on different sized horses. I like having them wrap the padded part all the way around the leg.
Are these waterproof?
A shopper on May 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Not waterproof but Ithey hold up okay when wet from my horse standing around in the rain in his paddock.
When purchasing, Do they come in a pair?
Aiminator19 on Jul 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They do, and they’re even labeled Left and Right!
Can these be used on the hind legs as well?
A shopper on Feb 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I don't see why not.
Can these be worn while out in the pasture?
A shopper on Jan 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I think it depends on your horse; I have one horse that I could probably leave them on, and another that I can't even put them on in his stall, he is so rough on boots he ruined them in one night. I don't believe they are really designed to leave on all day, and if you have a nice grass pasture, your horse might not need them when he lays down or rolls, and I would be concerned about the possibility of catching them on something.
what size should a 16 hand horse wear?
Linda R on Mar 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: My horse is a 16h TB and the mediums fit, though I have to tighten them pretty far to keep them from slipping. However, my horse, despite his height, is extremely fine-boned. He wears a cob halter/bridle, and most shipping boots are too big. So the mediums should be fine for another 16h horse.
Would medium fit a thoroughbred mare? She is not dainty.
A shopper on Nov 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought size medium for my Tennessee Walker and they just fit. He has thin cannon bones and long pasterns. You want the boots snug so that they do not turn when the horse lies down.