Equilibrium Magnetic Hock Chaps
Equilibrium Magnetic Hock Chaps are the award-winning hind leg version of the popular and effective Magnetic Chaps.
Finally, you can now direct magnetic therapy just where you need it, right into the hock joints themselves. And without messing aro... Read More
Equilibrium Magnetic Chaps
Equilibrium Magnetic Chaps help to relieve navicular, bone and joint problems and stiffness and soreness, helping to increase recovery times from injury. They are particularly useful to help reduce pain and stiff jointsÂ in older horses with arthr... Read More
Equilibrium Open Fronted Tendon Boots
Tri Zone® Open Fronted Tendon Boot
Offering the ultimate combination of style and protection in a supremely comfortable, soft-shell boot suitable for a range of activities.
Tri Zone® Open Fronted Tendon Boots are designed and safety tested in an i... Read More
Equilibrium Stretch and Flex Training Wraps
Stretch and Flex TrainingÂ Wraps by Equilibrium are the perfect choice for dressage training and warming up at competitions. Designed with the same lightness, supportÂ and cooling properties as the Stretch and Flex FlatworkÂ Wraps but with a great... Read More
LeMieux Easi-Breathe Protection Stable Boots / Travel Boots
LeMieux Easi-Breath Protection Boots are fantastic multi purpose stable & travel boots.
Soft removable liners with flannel inner help wick away heat & sweat. Great to dry wet legs.
Breathable Airprene fabric and wide micro-suede straps m... Read More
Equilibrium Close Contact Turnout Chaps
Why Does My Horse Need Equilibrium Close Contact Turnout Chaps?
Does your horse suffer from mud fever?
Or is your horse a little too boisterous when turned out and you're worried about injury?
Or do you have a veteran horse that suffers with stiff... Read More
Equilibrium Allsports Boots
Equilibrium Allsports Boots are one of the most versatile boots on the market,Â designed to be the perfect all-rounder; suitable for a wide range of disciplines from endurance and racing, to dressage, jumping, hacking, and ideal for turnout.Â
Wi... Read More
Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wraps
Stretch and Flex Flatwork Wraps by Equilibrium are like a cross between bandages and boots - the soft, close hugging support that bandages offer but with the convenience, light weight, coolness and simplicity of technical brushing boots.
Very popu... Read More
Acavallo Gel Elasticated Bandages
Acavallo Gel Elasticated Bandages have a layer of gel against the horse's leg before the elasticated bandage starts to wrap around.Â
This helps keep the legs cool, provides extra cushioning and removes the need for leg wraps underneath the bandages. Read More
Equilibrium Hardy Chaps Turnout Boots
Equilibrium Hardy Chaps are our choice of turnout boots for horses that can be a little boisterous or just need that extra bit of protection against slips and injury.
Sold in pairs, the Hardy Chaps extend from below the knee / hock joint right dow... Read More
Equilibrium Fetlock Boots
Equilibrium's Tri-Zone® Fetlock Boot is a super lightweight and protective boot which complies with the standards set by the FEI and British Showjumping for use in young horse classes and other restricted classes.
Shaped neatly around the fetlock... Read More
LeMieux Carbon Mesh Wrap Boots
LeMieux Carbon Mesh Wrap Boots
The perfect combination of the support of polo bandages with the protection of brushing boots, the Carbon Mesh Wrap Boots are an essential part of your horse's wardrobe.
Made from 100% perforated 3D mesh, these boots... Read More
All aspects of your horse's leg (and tail!) protection are catered for here! Exercise boots for all disciplines from happy hacking to 3 Day Eventing and a hard day's hunting; turnout boots for the over-excited, the arthritic and the mud-fever prone; stable boots for warmth and injury recovery; travel boots, bandages... you name it.
We select horse boots carefully, based on their performance and effectiveness at keeping your horse sound and comfortable. We're looking for a number of things:
- do exercise / turnout boots keep your horse's legs at the right temperature? Overheating legs can be a major contributor to lameness
- are the boots robust enough to do their job? Have they been strength tested for the discipline and/or purpose they're designed for?
- are the boots or bandages a comfortable fit for your horse, that will not rub or irritate him?
- how easy are the boots or bandages for you to manage - both in terms of washing and caring for them and fitting them?
- how effective are the boots or bandages at providing the protection they are designed to offer? Are strike pads tough enough and in the right places? Do they support the most vulnerable areas well?
- if the boots are likely to get wet, do they manage the water well or do they hold water and get heavy?