Horse Leg and Hoof

Avoid those nasty cuts and bruises that can so easily happen and lead to expensive vets bills with a pair of protective horse leg and hoof care from brands such as LeMieux and Horseware.

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You could start with a pair of horse boots to look after those all-important tendons there a vast array of tendon boots on the market some of the best come from brands such as LeMieux and Veredus which use air cooling and gel technology to offer support and strike protection. There are also versions of these tendon boots which have fleece or sheepskin linings, especially handy for sensitive horses.

For everyday hacking, schooling, as well as competition brushing boots, are some of the most versatile boots for horses on the market. Coming in a variety of styles and colours brushing boots offer protection for the horse's legs especially if they strike themselves. Fetlock boots offer lower limb protection and are especially popular with showjumpers.

After any strenuous work out hot tendons need to be cooled down, a simple cold hose can do the job but having a good set of cold water boots or Ice boot is always a handy piece of kit to have, LeMieux and Horseware have a great selection to choose from.

Looking after your horse's hooves often ignored this part of the horse takes the impact from the hard ground, muddy fields and hard exercise no wonder it can be a source of lameness. There are a number of hoof oils and hoof supplements which can help you keep your horse's hooves healthy.

As the saying goes "no leg no horse" look after your horse's legs with our huge range of products to protect and care for your horse before, during and after work or competition. Horses Legs, tendons and feet are the most likely area to be damaged during exercise and need the greatest care and attention to protect them. If its the latest gel tendon boots from Veredus or Travel boots from Horseware have a look through our Boots, Travel or Hoof Care section to see what else is needed to keep your horse safe and sound.

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