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Woof Wear iVent No Turn Overreach Boots
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Eskadron Softslate Bell Boots
£19.99
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Bridleway Fleece Trimmed Quick Fit Over Reach Boot
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Buy Mark Todd Pro Technik Easy Use Over Reach Boots | Online for Equine
£19.99
Buy Mark Todd Pro Technik Competition Over Reach Boots | Online for Equine
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Buy Mark Todd Pro Carbon Over Reach Boots | Online for Equine
£26.99
Buy Mark Todd Pro Technik Reflective Over Reach Boots | Online for Equine
£29.99
Buy Hy Armoured Guard Pro Reaction Over Reach Boots | Online for Equine
£23.99
Buy Shires Overreach Boots - Online for Equine
£4.95
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HyIMPACT Rubber Over Reach Boots
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Le Mieux Carbonite Over Reach Boots
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Harry Hall Hi Viz Overreach Boots - Pony
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HY Dazzle Overreach Boots
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Over Reach Boots


Over reach boots, or bell boots, fit over the horse’s hooves and help to protect the heels from overreach injuries. An “over reach” injury is when the heel of the front foot is struck by the toe of the hind foot and can cause cuts or bruising, particularly if the horse is shod. These types of injuries can take a long time to heal and can cause lameness.

Over reach boots fit around the pastern, covering the hoof and bulb of the heel. They should have approximately 1cm of ground clearance when fitted correctly and should be snug but not too tight, or too loose, as they can spin or rub the pastern area. Over reach boots can be used during exercise and while the horse is turned out: as well as preventing injuries, they can also help if the horse is prone to loosing/pulling off shoes!