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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Horse bangs legs in stall at night and the bleeding wounds wont heal.
ANN M on Nov 25, 2016
Horse bangs legs in stall at night and the bleeding wounds wont heal.
ANN M on Nov 25, 2016
will these work on a knee?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: They might. They have Velcro on top and bottom with straps. I put the Stall boots on my horse in April throughout to the the fall. Eventually they got old, but that's with 24/7 wearing them and only removing them to brush. Finally last month they got old and finally it rained so the ground was no longer hard I took them off. They pretty much stayed put, however, the knees bend. If it's support you are looking for these aren't for that. They have soft like wool inside that protects the sores. I never needed them for the knees, but you could try them.
I have a 27 year old arthritic horse who's hind fetlocks swell to be a bit bigger than a baseball while in a stall and limps for the first 5-10 steps. He also has tendinitis. Would these help in being stalled between 2-12+ hours a day? He is stalled due to being miserable in the heat.
LWBB2012 on Jul 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No, I don't think these will help with swelling at all. They are for protecting the front of the ankle from falling or laying down and trashing their ankles on the front side. In fact they might do more harm than good for swelling because they velcro and won't give to the swelling. I might recommend a polo wrap but not more than 6 or 8 hours at a time and then take them off. I realize you are fighting heat and might not want to polo wrap, might want to just run a cold hose on his legs.
do you have a mesh product to cover habronema on hock?
carol N on Dec 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I bought these stall sore boots for my horse (Sandy). She tends to split the front of both her ankles when she lays down. I could never get them to heal until I bought these boots. I swear by them.