|by Shelly Scheer||Date Added: Thursday 09 May, 2013|
easy to put on and take off easy to hose off to clean fits great all-around wonderful pair of boots !
|by gretchen e scott||Date Added: Wednesday 09 May, 2012|
I use these not as intended, over shoes on a horse in turn out. He is deathly afraid of any type of bug and basiclly wears a suit of armour when turned out but he would still run out of his front shoes.......but the old macs g2s have been the answer to our prayers, suggest using the gaiters as well to help chaffing
|by Trixie||Date Added: Saturday 17 March, 2012|
My horse had white line disease and had a very large re-section done on his hoof. In order to support his foot he wore this boot for just over 5 months, 24/7. All the boot companies tell you not to use the boot continuously, but he had no rubbing or discomfort. Wearing the boot allowed me to give him light exercise and he was never stall-bound during his recovery and re-hab. This boot is incredibly durable and I will always keep them around for emergencies.
|by lou678594||Date Added: Friday 25 February, 2011|
After trying a couple of other brands of hoof boots for my mares with "wider-than-long" hooves, someone suggested these. A perfect fit!
|by C. Seaver||Date Added: Monday 27 September, 2010|
This is my second pair of Old Macs. I love them for those rides where the ground is just a bit too rocky to be comfortable for my otherwise barefoot horse.My only complaint is that these boots arrived with a kink/fold in the inner flap that surrounds the hoof wall. This made the boots extremely difficult to secure once on. They rubbed a bit on the hoof wall that first ride, but the kink worked itself out and is no longer an issue. I'm very relieved about that as I probably would not use them at all if the kink had stayed.
|by Kim Goebel||Date Added: Tuesday 11 August, 2009|
LOVE these boots. Have used them in the past and are very durable. Great for horses with tender feet on rocks or rough terrain.
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