Tough-1 Miniature Horse Bell Boots

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Product Summary:

Tough-1 Miniature Horse Bell Boots
 
Shock-absorbing PVC/neoprene with rubber outer layer. Secured with quick-grip" closure and easy to clean. Great hoof protection.

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I bought these for my Shetland hackney cross not really knowing what size would fit him. They were too small, overall they were a good deal. Inexpensive all be it cheaply made. They were too small for my pony better suited for my German Shepard perhaps lol. I think size issue could be remedied with a little more Velcro. The Velcro is double sided so if they are a little too small and don't close all the way the Velcro does and will rub on the cornet band.
June 1, 2016
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Helps protect my "Little Handsome"'s front hooves when working in the round pen. :)
BARBARA F on May 24, 2015
Helps protect my "Little Handsome"'s front hooves when working in the round pen. :)
BARBARA F on May 24, 2015
is this a set of 4? Or by the piece?
A shopper on Sep 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It is a set of two. I use them on the front hooves when I work Buffalo in the round pen. He wears splint boots on his front legs as well. I feel that he should have the same protection that we offer our full sized horses. Neither one of mine get worked hard (my quarter horse or my Mini) but I like them to be protected as much as possible. It all started with my quarter horse because he wears shoes on al 4 hooves.