Posted 2014-05-28 11:19 AM (#7000861) Subject: Back On Track Products
I'm sure there have been many many forums on Back on track products already but I could not find one. I am ready to buy a bunch of BOT products but I am still worried about spending all the money for nothing. I have read nothing but good reviews on them, and only a few commenting that they didn't like the fit of the blanket. If you have any good or bad comments about BOT products please share.. This is my last shot to change my mind if it is not worth the money. I really want to try it but afraid that it wont be worth it, I know you don't know till you try but im 17 and work at a dairy farm working for every penny that I have. But I am ready to spend the money if it is worth it.
Posted 2014-05-28 11:25 AM (#7000867 - in reply to #7000861) Subject: RE: Back On Track Products
The Bling Princess
Location: North Dakota
Love mine! I know it works because I can see and feel the changes in my horse. I've also used my blanket on myself. I was having back spasms and within a half hour of wearing the blanket they were gone.
One of my horses got shin kicked on his hind leg and it was swollen. I had cold hosed it daily for at least a week to a week and a half with no reduction of swelling. My friend reminded me to put my BOT quick wrap on it and the swelling went down within a half hour and didn't return.
Posted 2014-05-28 11:44 AM (#7000881 - in reply to #7000861) Subject: RE: Back On Track Products
Married to a Louie Lover
There are a ton of topics over in product research - which is probably why you can't find them. This one will probably be moved over there shortly.
That being said, I like them. Have knee braces for myself and they make a big difference. Have a PHT blanket for the horse but considering BOT hock and knee boots. Have a pad liner for sale because it's too short for my saddle, but I liked it
Posted 2014-05-28 11:57 AM (#7000893 - in reply to #7000861) Subject: RE: Back On Track Products
Location: town drunk
I bought the knee wraps for my horse that has a knee injury and they might work if they'd ever stay up on his knee and not slide down to his ankle. I think the other products may be a better buy than the knee wraps. I should have saved my $80.
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