#adWilliam Hunter Equestrian#ad - This boot is designed to protect horses which may have a close gait. Made from black rubber. It can be worn just above the fetlock joint to protect the fetlock, or just below the joint to protect the coronary band and the pastern. Alternative over reach boot. One size.
#adIntrepid International#ad - Secure nylon closure: the included nylon buckle closure ensures a secure fit, keeping the fetlock ring in place even during rigorous activity, a great piece of equipment for horse leg protection.
Your horse can walk comfortably and safely. Premium fetlock protection: safeguard your horse's fetlock with our high-quality Rubber Fetlock Ring, designed for superior cushioning and shock absorption. Versatile usage: whether during riding or turnout, kicking, this ring provides added protection for horses prone to striking, or stepping on themselves.
Durable rubber construction: crafted from top-grade rubber, this fetlock ring is built to withstand tough conditions and deliver reliable protection for your equine companion. Interference prevention: the tubular rubber design prevents interference during schooling and promotes natural movement. Suitable for both front and rear legs.
LeMieux#ad - Made from a soft and pliable silicone. Reduce the risk of chafing and rubbing. Product may appear bonded; place in warm water to separate. Quick and easy to put on. Fit most bit sizes. Sold in pairs.
tinkare#ad - Outside is made of neoprene which is strong and wear-resistant. One size fits most: one size fits up to a large warmblood. Inside is made of fleece which is soft and does not irritate the wound.
If not protected, it will be difficult to heal due to wear. Double velcro: the double velcro design can firmly fix the shield on the fetlock of the horse, which is not easy to scatter. The fetlock shield can effectively protect fetlock wound and fetlock sores from abrasion.
Protects the fetlock and pasterns from sores. Will not chafe. Ultimate comfort: fetlock shield is soft, flexible, comfortable, sturdy bed sore boots for horse. Fetlock shield: horses in pastures or stables are prone to injury, inflammation, and bedsores on fetlock. All day & everyday: they can be worn 24 hours a day, every day if needed. They are a big improvement over the upside-down bell boot.