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post #1 of 2 Old 01-25-2011, 10:33 AM Thread Starter
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Polo Wrap Help

I always have preferred polo wraps as apposed to boots.
But my problem right now is I have a 14.2 cow bred quarter horse with small legs, not pony size legs though but small. Most polo wraps I find are to bulky for him, like to fluffy. I got a pair awhile back and their still bulky and fluffed out on him and in return they fall down easy when riding. I've tried washing them a ton of times and they stay this way.

My old trainer used to have a bucket of polo's and they all seemed to fit the horses perfectly, where can I find these magical horse fitting polo's??

Examples heres a picture I took the other day at a clinic and he polos fit perfectly.

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post #2 of 2 Old 01-25-2011, 09:51 PM
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Too fluffy pull them tighter? If they are falling down and too fluffy it sound like you need to pull them tighter. But you don't want to go TOO tight. When I do polos I do them taut(sp?)...its like an ace wrap..you want it tight enough to compress but not so tight you lose circulation.
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