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Reg. Mar 2015
Posted 2015-04-07 2:16 PM
Subject: RE: Back on Track


Posts: 27
I have the gloves for myself because I have arthritis in my hands... I put one glove on for about 30 mins and got my husband's gun out that reads temp and told him to compare my gloved hand and my ungloved hand. he was never a believer before until he read his little machine himself!! now I just got to pick out which items I want first for my horses now that i have him convinced!! lol!

PS I love my gloves I wear them every night to bed and if I skip a night I sure regret it the next day!

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Reg. Apr 2010
Posted 2015-04-07 2:26 PM
Subject: RE: Back on Track

Born not Made

Posts: 2922
Location: North Dakota
I have a set of the BOT quick wraps. I never was really sure how much they were helping until I kept my horse overnight in a stall at a barrel race. He kept stocking up even though I was hand walking him at least every 2 hours. He is normally turned out 24/7 so I'm sure his body just wasn't used to standing that long. I put his BOT quick wraps on and when I came back to hand walk him again, he stocking up was SO much better. I tried it again without them and he stocked up. That right there made me a "believer". 

Also, going down to the vet this spring, he had some weird bacterial infection on his hind leg that was making it swollen. It had been swollen for weeks. I put his BOT quick wraps on in the trailer for the 2 hour ride there, and then I unloaded the swelling was better than it had been in weeks. Again, just proves to me how well they do work!!!

However, if it is hot out, I will use them very, very sparingly. People have claimed they are fine to use when it is hot out but I disagree. I tried a couple times last summer when it was 80 or 90*F outside to put the wraps on for an hour or two and his legs were sweaty when I took them off. No thank you!

When it's hot, I limit the BOT quick wraps to about 30 minutes or less, just before a run.

That's just my opinion.

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Reg. Oct 2009
Posted 2015-04-07 3:57 PM
Subject: RE: Back on Track


Posts: 2013
Location: Piedmont, OK
I love BOT. I use it on me and the horses. I fractured C7 a couple of years ago and have spurs at C3 & 5 and used the neck wrap and it helps tremendously!
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Reg. Jun 2007
Posted 2015-04-07 6:31 PM
Subject: RE: Back on Track

...Dot Dot Dot...

Posts: 2057
Location: SW New Mexico
I bought the BOT hock wraps, and front quick wraps for Brother Dave.. He doesn't mind the front quick wraps.. but kicked the rubber right off the side wall of my 4 Star on a 2 hour ride from a barrel race..
Because of that, I am now hesitant to put them on.

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