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What Type of Boots for Jumping?
Hey guys! I have a question for you all. I use professional choice boots when I'm jumping, is that enough support for my horse? In the summer we got from 2"6 to 3"2 being our highest and in the winter we are occasionally jumping but never that high.
I doubt those boots give the real support to start with. From what I see around here though it's more common to use just splint boots.
i dont like those boots personally, i would just got with a splint boot. a splint boot will help if they hit a pole or strike them-self with their own hoof.
i really like woof boots, they are reasonably priced and good quality. i also have equifit Tboots that i LOVE, they are open fronts. they are so cool, but they sell for $180+, i just happened to find them on sale AND have a gift card lol
yeah i really really love mine. but seriously, they were 50% off and i had a $50 gift card, so thats the only reason i have them. i take SUPER good care of them because i know im not getting another set anytime soon !
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