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canchaser24
Reg. Jul 2008
Posted 2014-03-14 9:36 AM (#6955859)
Subject: Back on track Hock wraps??


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Does anybody have the back on track hock wraps? I have the sheet and quick wraps. Love them both. I read that you have to use standing wraps with the hock wraps to keep them from slipping. It that for turn out? I would only put them on in the stall? Or before/after a run? Thanks!!
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Ahmac
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Posted 2014-03-14 9:56 AM (#6955872 - in reply to #6955859)
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canchaser24 - 2014-03-14 10:36 AM Does anybody have the back on track hock wraps? I have the sheet and quick wraps. Love them both. I read that you have to use standing wraps with the hock wraps to keep them from slipping. It that for turn out? I would only put them on in the stall? Or before/after a run? Thanks!!

I have the hock wraps and love them.  I use them in the stall,   on the trailer, and have turned mine out in my small paddock with them on too.  I've put them on her in the stall and in the paddock before and not wrapped her and I didn't have a problem with them coming down, however she wasn't moving around much either.

 
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EmtRoper
Reg. Jul 2012
Posted 2014-03-14 10:38 AM (#6955903 - in reply to #6955859)
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I love them! I use them without the quick wraps and dont seem to have too much problem. the only time i use the quick wraps with them is when i am hauling because they tend to slip alittle while going down the road and i leave my on until i go to warm up for my run. And then again at night.
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lzysranch
Reg. May 2010
Posted 2014-03-14 11:30 AM (#6955940 - in reply to #6955903)
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I love mine too. And they havent slipped yet and I'll leave them on in a stall all night long.
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cowpooh02
Reg. Jul 2011
Posted 2014-03-14 11:35 AM (#6955943 - in reply to #6955859)
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I feel like I have to wrap the top stocking stuffer mine really really tight just for the velcro to halfway match up and be able to stick. The middle and bottom ones fit fine. Anyone else have that issue? I feel like they shouldn't be that tight...I don't know if that is just the way they should be or what....
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