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Re: RC: Brush Boots

--- Kris Givens <> wrote:

> What boot would be best to be used a 'brush' boot? 
> Brand, material (I'd
> assume leather is best) and where can I order one? 

I use the 5-strap Woof Boot on my fieldhunter's rear
legs.  They also make a 3 & 4-strap.  In Dover's, the
3 or 4-strap is $63.70 and the 5-strap is $68.90.  

The boots are neoprene with a hard-shell
(leather-like) exterior and use Velcro straps.

We've been on some hair-raising runs over the nastiest
terrain for and have fox hunted from 3 to 5 hours. 
I'm a whipper-in so we have to do a little more
traveling.  I've never had these boots rub and they've
lasted several seasons.  I put them on this particular
horse every time we even school (over fences or on the
flat).  They should serve you well in endurance as

Good luck.

Susan Young Casey
Glenndale Grace Farm
Ft Gibson, Oklahoma U.S.A.

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