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Anyone Ever Use Those Pawing Bracelets? Do They Work?
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OldSchoolCowgirl
Reg. Jan 2008
Posted 2016-04-25 1:57 PM (#7264863)
Subject: Anyone Ever Use Those Pawing Bracelets? Do They Work?




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I have a horse that paws and was thinking about trying some of those pawing bracelets.
Do they work?
What brand is best?
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NoNoBadGirl
Reg. Feb 2004
Posted 2016-04-25 3:15 PM (#7264893 - in reply to #7264863)
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They worked on one of my horses, and not on the other.  It depends on the horse.  I don't remember what brand they were.......they're red. 
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wranglergirl1970
Reg. Nov 2011
Posted 2016-04-25 7:08 PM (#7264952 - in reply to #7264863)
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I have 2 horses that paw, both wear bracelets most times when trailering. One of those horses walks all night in the stall and mashes her poop balls into a million pieces. I put the paw bracelets on and they help immensely! We started making a heavier weight bracelets for the horses that don't respond to the light ones. Not much difference in weight but it seems to do the trick. 50$ pair and 7.00 for shipping.
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kasaj2000
Reg. May 2005
Posted 2016-04-25 7:30 PM (#7264953 - in reply to #7264863)
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 Nylon dog collar and a length of chain will work.
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shakeit0410
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2016-04-26 9:49 AM (#7265052 - in reply to #7264953)
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kasaj2000 - 2016-04-25 7:30 PM

 Nylon dog collar and a length of chain will work.

^^^ agreed. Cheap and easy. We used these for certain horses on the track. Front leg for those that paw, back leg for kickers. Worked the majority of the time.
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LMS
Reg. Feb 2008
Posted 2016-04-26 10:45 AM (#7265086 - in reply to #7264863)
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Tried the red ones on one of mine at a clinic where he was spending most of his time digging a hole in the ground and they worked pretty dang good.  I've seen where you can take a horse shoe and bend it open to use for a pawing bracelet....think I need to get a set of them together again.... 
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SoDak
Reg. Jan 2013
Posted 2016-04-26 1:11 PM (#7265157 - in reply to #7264953)
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kasaj2000 - 2016-04-25 7:30 PM

 Nylon dog collar and a length of chain will work.

The Nylon collar and the chain wrapped around the foot? Is that what you are saying? sorry I may have read too far into what you were saying...
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kasaj2000
Reg. May 2005
Posted 2016-04-26 6:35 PM (#7265256 - in reply to #7264863)
Subject: RE: Anyone Ever Use Those Pawing Bracelets? Do They Work?



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Run the collar through the chain so it dangles.  Put the collar around the mis behaving limb.  When the horse paws or kicks with the leg, the chain bangs against the limb and makes a 'self correction'. 
 
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IdahoBarrelRacer756
Reg. May 2015
Posted 2016-04-27 11:24 AM (#7265417 - in reply to #7264863)
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I just rounded out some horse shoes on the anvil and brought the ends of the shoes in close enough to go over their cannon bones, but not fall of their ankles. I use them for pawing, and for kicking in the trailer.

I should paint them red and sell them for $20!
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2018-12-01 9:44 AM (#7415068 - in reply to #7264863)
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Bumping this thread up for Rocketpilot  

Edited by Southtxponygirl 2018-12-01 9:45 AM
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RocketPilot
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2018-12-01 12:18 PM (#7415082 - in reply to #7415068)
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Southtxponygirl - 2018-12-01 9:44 AM Bumping this thread up for Rocketpilot  

Thanks.  Good information.  The red ones are $50.  Converting the horse shoes may be more in my price range. lol  I did also see a video that talked about when they paw when eating (like mare does) and then you feed them (like I do) you are basically trainin them to paw.  Geez. 
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luckyjo
Reg. Apr 2007
Posted 2018-12-01 2:52 PM (#7415113 - in reply to #7264863)
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Dunno, but hobbling sure does
And yes, I will hobble in the trailer. It has been probably 20 years since I've owned a horse I needed to hobble, but I sure believe in it!
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highonsugar
Reg. Nov 2003
Posted 2018-12-03 1:11 PM (#7415310 - in reply to #7264953)
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kasaj2000 - 2016-04-25 7:30 PM

 Nylon dog collar and a length of chain will work.

Or steel horse shoes! Many, many years ago. I needed some. My farrier fit two shoes to slip on cannon bone and slide down. Worked like a charm!

 
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TessBelle
Reg. Mar 2014
Posted 2018-12-03 8:45 PM (#7415371 - in reply to #7264863)
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I tried them. Didn’t phase mine. BUT she goes beyond a normal pawer. We went to pawing chains. Worked like a charm.
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brlracerchick
Reg. Jun 2010
Posted 2018-12-04 12:44 AM (#7415384 - in reply to #7264863)
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They worked for mine eventually. It took her like an hour to finally stop.  
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horsegirl
Reg. Feb 2004
Posted 2018-12-04 7:56 AM (#7415392 - in reply to #7265157)
Subject: RE: Anyone Ever Use Those Pawing Bracelets? Do They Work?



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SoDak - 2016-04-26 2:11 PM
kasaj2000 - 2016-04-25 7:30 PM  Nylon dog collar and a length of chain will work.
The Nylon collar and the chain wrapped around the foot? Is that what you are saying? sorry I may have read too far into what you were saying...

No, you put a dog collar on the fetlock. You attach 12-16 inch length of chain to the dog leash clip. The chain just drags the ground, but when they paw, or kick, the chain whacks their legs. They stop quick. 
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JR_Horses
Reg. Apr 2008
Posted 2018-12-04 8:17 AM (#7415393 - in reply to #7264863)
Subject: RE: Anyone Ever Use Those Pawing Bracelets? Do They Work?


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I have a horse that kicks really bad in the trailer. I made bracelets out of heavy logging chain and a snap link that I bought at tractor supply I think they are 8 chain links. They are super heavy and as long as she has them on she doesn't kick. They were pretty cheap to make.
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RockinGR
Reg. Feb 2009
Posted 2018-12-04 8:35 AM (#7415394 - in reply to #7264863)
Subject: RE: Anyone Ever Use Those Pawing Bracelets? Do They Work?



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My horse shoer rounded up a pair of "take-offs" and got the spacing just right for my yearling brat. FREE

They don't make her stop completely but they sure do slow her down. Kinda depends on how mad she thinks she is. Kinda reminds me, I need to have him make me a new set since she's grown...I haven't had them on her for a while and she's back to pawing at feeding time.
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KKCOWGIRL
Reg. Aug 2010
Posted 2018-12-05 10:48 AM (#7415509 - in reply to #7265417)
Subject: RE: Anyone Ever Use Those Pawing Bracelets? Do They Work?


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IdahoBarrelRacer756 - 2016-04-27 11:24 AM I just rounded out some horse shoes on the anvil and brought the ends of the shoes in close enough to go over their cannon bones, but not fall of their ankles. I use them for pawing, and for kicking in the trailer. I should paint them red and sell them for $20!

 I use the horse shoes also.  Works like a charm.  
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