Has anyone used cavallo sport or simple boots? Do they stay on through mud, water, rocks, etc? I will be conditioning on gravel (bigger rocks. Not pebbles) mostly because that's all I have :/. Will the cavallos hold up to the conditioning plus the actual endurance rides? Would it be wise to put boots on the front and shoes on the back? Or just leave the back alone? His feet are great. But the gravel is brutal. If cavallos suck, then is there a better boot that's still wallet friendly and easily applied?
And night riding. I work the useful hours of the day (usually.). Our nights are warm and when the moon is out its not hard to see. Does anyone here condition at night or maybe just night ride for fun? I used to have a horse that rode better at night (he was...strange) than in the day. I live on a gravel road that rarely sees a car. So not really any risk for vehicles not seeing us. Posted via Mobile Device