Hock Shield

$47.99
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$47.99

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Product Summary:

Hock Shield
 
Stays in place 95+% of the time. Allows full range of motion while covering total area where most horses get hock sores. Sold in pairs.
 
 
Features:
  • Stays in place 95+% of the time
  • Allows full range of motion
Specifications:
 
Color:
Black
Sizes:
Regular Size:  13" TO 15.9"
Large Size (X-Large/Draft): 16" TO 20"
 
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Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Large E012865 LRG CHHSAD 859642004101
Regular E012865 REG CHHSAR 859642004095

Product Reviews by Customers

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best hock shield on the market.
C Holly F on Nov 12, 2018
our new horse is developing hock sores. hoping these will help
J L on Sep 27, 2018
best hock shield on the market.
C Holly F on Nov 12, 2018
These are great. I don't ever stretch the elastic to keep them in place -- I've found they last longer if I don't wash them … ever. Just brush them off every day. They seem to lose their shape a bit and get loose when washed. Elastic fasteners very adjustable.
Dale M on Nov 10, 2018
our new horse is developing hock sores. hoping these will help
J L on Sep 27, 2018
I have another pair for another horse and they work wonderfully. Hock sores are gone.
Wendy M on Sep 6, 2018
These hock boots are the only ones that stay on my horse. They do not slip and are easy to wash.
Janelle M on Aug 13, 2018
These are great for preventing sores caused by mats when laying down in stalls
JANET E on Aug 3, 2018
Need them
Mary Lou M on Jul 25, 2018
purchased this hock shield before and I love them. They stay on better than any other hock protector that I have ever used.
Cynthia D on Jul 8, 2018
trying to find a shield that he can't get off!!!
Jan F on Jun 18, 2018
I have a gelding who rubs his hocks raw in firm, sandy soil. These protect his hocks.
Joel E on May 31, 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
A bunch of people at my barn have been purchasing these to protect against hock sores from their horses lying down in their dirt pens. I've been impressed by the rapid healing of their horses' chronic sores and can't wait to make my mare more comfortable!
Laura A on May 7, 2018
Love State line tack! Great quality products.
Catherine O on Apr 1, 2018
because stalled horses have bed sores on their hocks no matter how much bedding I use
Skeeter on Jun 15, 2017
my older horse has hock sores from laying down.
I'm hoping these will protect him
Antonia R on May 7, 2017
Hock sores, hoping it will help with the healing
Diane A on Dec 28, 2016
Horse has hock bed sores even with shavings. read good reviews,want it to heal!
Kim F on Jun 13, 2016
These are great. I don't ever stretch the elastic to keep them in place -- I've found they last longer if I don't wash them … ever. Just brush them off every day. They seem to lose their shape a bit and get loose when washed. Elastic fasteners very adjustable.
Dale M on Nov 10, 2018
I have another pair for another horse and they work wonderfully. Hock sores are gone.
Wendy M on Sep 6, 2018
The quantity is for 1 pair. Correct?
A shopper on Aug 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I ordered these boots and received one pair :) They worked really well for my gelding!
Would they work on a horse that kicks in the trailer?
Commander on Feb 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If you mean if they would stay when on your horse was lkicking, then, yes.
If you were looking something to protect your horses legs from when they kicked in the trailer then I definitely would say no. They're just enough cushion for bedsores and scrapes but not enough to protect joints.