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Overreach injuries are a very common injury experienced by many horse owners; an overreach injury occurs when the toe of the hind hoof strikes the back of the front foot which can lead to lacerations and bruising to the sensitive heel and pastern area of the front hoof. This can result in loss of shoes, lameness and excessive tissue damage. Overreach injuries are preventable with the application of well fitting overreach boots which protect the vulnerable heel and pastern area. These boots can be used for all levels of competition but are also commonly used for turnout as overreach injuries commonly occur in the field. Overreach boots should sit snugly around the pastern, thoroughly cover the heel bulbs with approximately 1cm clearance from the ground. Many brands like Woof Wear provide thorough instructions of how to correctly fit your overreach boots so be sure to visit the fitting guide for the over reach boot you are thinking of buying.
Overreach injuries are a very common injury experienced by many horse owners; an overreach injury occurs when the toe of the hind hoof strikes the back of the front foot which can lead to lacerations and bruising to the sensitive heel and pastern area of the front hoof. This can result in loss of shoes, lameness and excessive tissue damage. Overreach injuries are preventable with the application of well fitting overreach boots which protect the vulnerable heel and pastern area. These boots can be used for all levels of competition but are also commonly used for turnout as overreach injuries commonly occur in the field. Overreach boots should sit snugly around the pastern, thoroughly cover the heel bulbs with approximately 1cm clearance from the ground. Many brands like Woof Wear provide thorough instructions of how to correctly fit your overreach boots so be sure to visit the fitting guide for the over reach boot you are thinking of buying.
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