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    01-14-2012, 10:28 PM
  #51
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Originally Posted by crimsonsky    
i have never before heard that. Interesting...
its hard to explain but I know pinto personally as we are best friends, compete together and go over each others places so she knows what I mean. I was bandaging past the fetlock and then my trainer showed me where to wrap them
If anyone is unsure the best thing to do is go and look it up on youtube.
This seem acurate enough
as I said its hard to explain the exact position of where they should be
     
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    01-14-2012, 10:49 PM
  #52
Trained
As does this.

Make sure your horse is standing square before you begin, then start the polo wrap just under the horseís knee. Place the wrap edge on the inside of the leg. When wrapping a right leg, wrap in a clockwise direction; for a left leg, wrap in a counter clockwise direction.
Wrap twice around the top of the leg and begin angling downward.
Sling the wrap under the fetlock, applying slightly more tension for added support.
There will be a slight gap at that top of the wrap as you sling the fetlock, thatís ok.
When you come back around the leg, angle the wrap upward to create an inverted V on the front of the leg as shown; continue using slightly more tension.
Wrap the fetlock twice around, by repeating steps 3 through 5.
Begin wrapping upward at a slight angle; as you near the top, decrease the tension slightly.
The end result! Notice how the wrap overlaps itself evenly down the leg. Also, while itís preferable to have the Velcro closure end up on the outside of the leg as shown, itís not imperative.




Many trainers, many differences, question is do you use bell boots? If you do then stopping halfway is correct. We don't so this is the way my trainer taught me
     
    01-14-2012, 11:08 PM
  #53
Trained
Oooohs & many aaaahhhhssss over that weather of yours missy! Nice pix too, enjoyed them, thank you for sharing.
     
    01-15-2012, 02:40 AM
  #54
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Originally Posted by Golden Horse    
As does this.

Make sure your horse is standing square before you begin, then start the polo wrap just under the horseís knee. Place the wrap edge on the inside of the leg. When wrapping a right leg, wrap in a clockwise direction; for a left leg, wrap in a counter clockwise direction.
Wrap twice around the top of the leg and begin angling downward.
Sling the wrap under the fetlock, applying slightly more tension for added support.
There will be a slight gap at that top of the wrap as you sling the fetlock, thatís ok.
When you come back around the leg, angle the wrap upward to create an inverted V on the front of the leg as shown; continue using slightly more tension.
Wrap the fetlock twice around, by repeating steps 3 through 5.
Begin wrapping upward at a slight angle; as you near the top, decrease the tension slightly.
The end result! Notice how the wrap overlaps itself evenly down the leg. Also, while itís preferable to have the Velcro closure end up on the outside of the leg as shown, itís not imperative.




Many trainers, many differences, question is do you use bell boots? If you do then stopping halfway is correct. We don't so this is the way my trainer taught me
yes most of the time overeach boots are used. There is the odd ocasion that I don't but most days I do. Those steps are pretty much the way I do it.. just a little different.it also depends on the bandages length. I agree that different people have different ways so it is personal preferance I believe.

I also prefer to put wraps underneath for more even pressure and to help stop the bandages slipping

Thanks for helping clear that up golden horse:)!
     
    01-15-2012, 04:16 AM
  #55
Foal
Congratz you both look amazing
     
    01-16-2012, 06:26 PM
  #56
Trained
Thanyou everyone :)
     
    01-16-2012, 06:46 PM
  #57
Trained
Yes, but this is not in the critique forum; it is in the pictures forum and they are very nice pictures!!!

Edited to add: sorry -- my post is not timely. Disregard please. Except for that the pictures ARE nice.
     
    01-20-2012, 11:29 PM
  #58
Green Broke
Very cute horse! I would definitely work on getting your horse to stretch thought his back. He's quite hallowed out. Maybe some long and low?? Just my opinion. :) Sorry if im repeating anything that's already been said. Havent read very many of the other posts.
     
    01-22-2012, 03:53 AM
  #59
Trained
^^ you did repeat actually. I asked for the subject to be dropped quiet long ago. I'm very not happy about this
     
    02-16-2012, 05:24 PM
  #60
Green Broke
Sorry I didn't even think about going through the posts before posting. Don't take offense to it. Just trying to help. :)
     

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