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[RC] Assorted Newbie Questions... - Stefffi_c

1) My horse has started brushing. Think it's a
combination of hoof wear (it's her pawing foot that
brushes her opposite leg... she wears that one down a
little funny) and her being soooo out of shape. What
kind of brushing/splint boots hold up to endurance?
Leather, neoprene, or PVC? I found a pair of
"breathable" splint boots @ http://www.saddleshop.com
item #2-1883, anybody have experience with these?

2) I found a girth that's "breathable" neoprene. It
looks like those non-skid saddle pads, anybody know
how these things hold up? My horse has no problem with
Pro Choice Neoprene cinches, so I don't look for any
problems. 

3) I have a short backed Spanish mustang mare, Does
anybody have experience with the Wintec Pro Endurance
on a short backed horse. My old H/J saddle was 21"
from pommell to end of panels and it looked about as
long as I can use, anybody have the measurements on
the Pro Endurance? Is the CAIR panels worth it? I
might end up with a Wintec AP and have D's added on.
Any other english type endurance saddles that might
work on a short back horse?

4) <I know RC has had this discussion before...> What
is/is not allowed in Joint Supplements? My current one
has Yucca in it, which I know is not allowed, but what
about MSM, Glucosamine, Ester C, Bromelain, etc... I
don't want to go to Adequan, but that might be my best
sollution!

TY in advance,
Stephanie

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