Hind Boots
Training Equipment

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Manufacturer: DoDDa
Model: Hind Boots
Category: Training Equipment

Purchase: I bought this pair of DoDDa hind boots at Beval saddlery for 120 $, good price because they are usually much more expensive than that (almost 200$)

Likes: First, they are all leather, with 2 velcro to secure fitting even on a small TB type. The outside shell is very hard leather and the inside is probably calfskin, very supple. I bought those boots to see if they can improve my horse's technique over the jumps: he has always been careful but he is tucking the hind legs underneath him, instead of kicking them out. Before that I tried the high hind boots, but they did not change anything on the technique itself, just felt that my horse was not comfortable with them on. I first tried the DoDDa, on small jumps, and the change was immediate, just amazing!!Then the second time on the real training I put them on again, and it was even more obvious on bigger fences, you should see the video, even my trainer who was a bit sceptical, was impressed by the results. My horse, that I know very well, did not seemed to be bothered by them, they are very light.

Dislikes: The price, is a little stiff, but other that that nothing really

Quality: I have used them only a couple of times, but they seems to be of very good manufacture, but i guess we'll have to see how they handle the consistent usage.

Summary: Give them a try, if you have a horse that has not the best technique in the world, but is willing, it may just be the solution.

Rating: 5

Author: Aussie spirit

Date: 2007-10-17

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