Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Alberta, Canada
• Horses: 0
I really like my Stubben irons, well worth the buy.
Stubben leathers are great as well haha :)
I do have to disagree with luvsmygirls about polos adding more support than boots. Polo wraps warm the leg and tendons, and add a bit of protection, but not much. They don't provide nearly as much support as a tendon boot; tendon boots are specifically designed to protect and support the tendons.
Another thing I hate about polos is that if you wrap them incorrectly, you can severely damage your horse. So - if you don't know how to wrap polos, please avoid them till you learn from a professional.
A plus for boots, as well, is the ease at which they go on and off.
Think about your own ankles; a splint will provide much more support than a tensor bandage.
I prefer the Woof wear boots to Davis, but either way you aren't getting a bad boot.
As for the bridles, I prefer the first snaffle bridle.
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