No, if you're wrapping an injured horse - use standing wraps. Plus, if the horse is injured there should be quilts under the wraps.
I am still re-couping my horse that suffered torn ligaments at the hands of a farrier last July. I change his leg quilts and standing wraps twice a day and everything goes in the washer before the next wearing.
The only time he is out of wraps is the four hours I put his Backontrack Quick Wraps on.
If it were good and warm he wouldn't need the wraps anymore, but I don't want his legs cold and neither does the vet.
BTW, there is a correct direction and an incorrect direction to wrap legs.
The wraps go from front-to-back. Clockwise on the right leg, counter-clockwise on the left leg. I'm left-handed, I think that's correct but there are YouTube videos by veterinarians that show how to properly wrap legs.
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