Originally Posted by MyBoyPuck
I haven't used them for very long. I just pulled my horse's shoes two months ago. They really are like an extension of the hoof. There's some traction on the inside of the boot so the hoof doesn't slide around in there. I haven't galloped yet since I don't have studs on mine, but the other gaits are fine. I don't have rocky terrain in my area, but I can't imagine that being a problem. Not a hint of a boot coming yet. That being said, proper sizing is a must. Take your measurements after a fresh trim. If you have any doubts, email Kirt at renegade your pics with measurements so you get the correct size. I goofed and had to return my first pair.
Thanks! I think to make sure I get the measurements right I'll have myself, my farrier, and my trainer measure his hooves just to make sure I get it right. Measure three times order once haha.
Rachel- it is extremely nice there. When I was there for a week back in June I was in Millville(that's where I'm going in April) and I had to drive into bloomsburg to get my dunkin donuts coffee fix haha. My friend and I anytime we go up there we end up stopping at the Allentown rest stop I believe it's on the PA turnpike(I am so bad with rd names I go by landmarks =P ) since it's almost exactly halfway from my house to where we go. The mountains are absolutely breath taking though, I couldn't take enough pictures.