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‪How To Apply Equine Standing Wrap Bandages‬‏

Be taught to apply this most basic bandage that provides assist and promotes circulation in your horse's leg. Not only that, they're generously padded, to help give further help and warmth to tired or injured legs. Brightly colored polo wraps additionally can be utilized during lunging to make the legs simpler to see. Bear in mind, when you apply a standing bandage to 1 leg, you must also wrap the other leg. Polo wraps are secured by Velcro closures.

Right here, Tatiana explains the ins and outs of use and application of standing wraps. All polo wraps include the Equestrian Collections a hundred% Satisfaction Assure. Ensure your wraps solely place pressure on the entrance of the cannon bone and solely mild pressure on the delicate tendons behind the leg. Polo wraps protect your horse or pony in opposition to minor scrapes, bruises, or assist stop irritation from sand or arena footing.

In many circumstances it is preferable to leave a horse's leg unwrapped altogether rather than bandage it improperly. Equestrian Collections also carries a full line of horse halters and shipping boots on your scratches in horses competition needs. A correctly applied bandage will keep in place with out slipping and will lie cosy in opposition to your horse's skin, but not snug sufficient to indent it. You must have the ability to slide a fingertip between the bandage and your horse's leg.

When used throughout travel, they'll also shield your horse's legs as delivery boots would. As a general rule, the layer of padding should be at least one inch in thickness so as to adequately cushion and defend the leg. Completely different occasions call for different types of bandages, however all equine leg bandages could be dangerous if utilized incorrectly.

For the bandages, the longer they're the extra assist they may give, whereas bandages with a Velcro fastening have a tendency to cut back the probability of uneven stress on the tendons. Whether or not it is a pulled tendon, a wrenched ankle or a nasty wound, wrapping can enhance a horse's consolation by controlling swelling and, in the case of wounds, hold the injuries clear.