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Leg wraps while traveling? Opinions please
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Dollbaby52
Reg. Jul 2017
Posted 2018-03-11 6:56 PM (#7388245)
Subject: Leg wraps while traveling? Opinions please


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I’m wandering what people do while traveling long distances for their horses legs. I will be going to rodeos soon 10 plus hours away, closest is 5 hours. I was thinking either nothing at all or maybe standing wraps. Wanting opinions!!
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TurnNBurn-3Barrels
Reg. Sep 2008
Posted 2018-03-27 5:02 PM (#7390267 - in reply to #7388245)
Subject: RE: Leg wraps while traveling? Opinions please



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Depending on the situation and temperatures, I have done back on track standing wraps, regular standing wraps, back on track quick wraps, regular shipping boots (heavily padded and structured ones). I know people that do PHT Cu wraps bit I personally don’t have any experience with them. I like having something on them for protection. But if it is super hot back on track for long periods of time will get too hot
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alracing17
Reg. Oct 2018
Posted 2018-10-02 10:51 AM (#7409404 - in reply to #7388245)
Subject: RE: Leg wraps while traveling? Opinions please



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I ALWAYS wrap or boot legs and almost always blanket as well. It's good support and protection. Nobody wants to unload a lame horse. I use regular standing bandages or BOT boots, I prefer the standing bandages for compression and support, but the BOT wraps are therapeutic and protect well.
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