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Re: [RC] Gotta Question For Ya?? - roxanne kopp

I would like to hear more about the Equibuild.  My farrer and I have been using the Equipack when I want to pad for rocky rides.  But, on two occassions the Equipack has come out during a loop.  Shoe stays on but pad material is gone - the farrier does use the mesh between the hoof and shoe to help keep the Equipack in.  Why do you think the Equibuild stays in better?  Are you using the mesh with the Equibuild?  Any and all suggestions I could pass along to my farrier would be appreciated. 
Roxanne in Kentucky
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Sent: Monday, May 22, 2006 11:30 PM
Subject: Re: [RC] Gotta Question For Ya??

There are products made especially for this.  I know one is called Equi-build, because that's what we use for rocky rides.  It's a pour-in pad material, and you can pull it out after the ride (or leave it in if you want).  You get it from farrier supply places.  Works great.  The Equi-build is black and works better for rocks.  The other kind is clear (I think it's called Equi-pack) and is softer and more rubbery; it tends to get eaten out by rocks.

Dawn Carrie

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