[QUOTE=walkinthewalk;2958890]I won't put Absorbine under wraps but I will use the cooling clay poultice Sore-No-more.
It is an all natural product that I have used on my arthritic hands when trimming. It feels like silk when it goes on
I have a horse that ended up with torn ligaments. I poulticed him twice daily, put vet wrap over the poultice, leg quilts over the vet wrap, standing wraps over the quilts, and don't forget the duct tape so nothing slips down during transport.
He wore that get-up for 12 hours at a stretch for at least four months, maybe five months, I can't remember
I thoroughly washed his legs with warm water and dawn dish soap, then rinsed his legs with cold water.
He never got scurf or burned.
I would consider buying a five pound tub of the Sore-No-More clay poultice and poulticing/wrapping him for the ride.
Sore-No-More liquid is good but not good enough for what you need. Sore No More Cooling Clay Poultice Equilite (Health Care - Liniments)
Hope this helps
EDITED TO ADD: Be sure to wrap both legs, even if she only has problems with one:)[/ I've heard poultices are hard to get off, is this true? How do you apply it? I've only used liniments in the past, this is the first horse I've had with this problem. Posted via Mobile Device