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Re: [RC] Boots will change a horse's gaits. - Cynthia Eliason

On Wednesday 27 September 2006 9:20 pm, Spottedracer@xxxxxx wrote:
So I pulled out my barrier boots (one still has the price tags on - from
1999!)  And caught my newest addition to my 'endurance string'.  I've just
put her back in conditioning, and since she's been barefoot for 8 months, I
felt she was the perfect 'victim' to test this boot idea on...

 It ain't a real test unless you use boots that were designed for work.  
Barrier boots are made for standing around in, not for  riding.  

 I have a gaited horse and am getting him used to Boa boots but so far have 
not ridden faster than a walk in them.   I'll try out his running walk and 
see if the boots change his way of going.  

Cindy Eliason

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[RC] Boots will change a horse's gaits., Spottedracer