I have been looking into purchasing a pair of these boots for my mare. I am not sure if they work, does anyone out there have experience with them. Likes and dislikes

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Comment by Vicki Scocca-Ryse on October 30, 2013 at 11:44pm

Thanks Linda, I will go forward with the purchase. I had put if off because I couldn't find anyone with a Peruvian who used these boots.

Comment by Linda Garro on October 30, 2013 at 1:58pm

I have found that Renegade boots are superior for the Peruvian.  the others fling off.  The renegades are made for the naturally balanced, trimmed barefoot horse.  no other boot compares to them, IMO.

Comment by Vicki Scocca-Ryse on June 20, 2013 at 12:09am

Thanks Michele, I will look into the EasyBoot Glove.

Comment by Michele Ripley on June 19, 2013 at 4:01pm

I have 2 sets of Boa boots that are okay for the road and most trail situations. They open pretty wide for insertion and lock down tight with the front disk/tightening knob. BUT if you are in a terrain that has gravel, I have had instances where the gravel got into the boot. The rears were fine, the issues were with the front feet. Because of the front leg swing, the boots seem to flex just enough to let small stones in the back of the boot. I actually watched closely one day -  the stone that went into the boot was one my gelding had kicked up with the same foot! It flew in the air and right into the back side of the boot.

If I were to get new boots, I would go with the EasyBoot Glove with gater. I’ve been looking at new boots for about a year, and these seem to have the features that would make them more secure. They also got a really good review in the Horse Journal publication. Good Luck with your search!

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