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There are a range of horse cooling products on the market, including ice boots for horses’ legs, cooling leg wraps, cooling gels, clay and more. Plus, there’s always cold hosing to help cool your horse down after exercise or injury. This blog article highlights why Cryochaps ice boots are the ultimate choice of ice boot…
Horse leg injuries are common. But do you know how to reduce the pain for your horse? Icing and compression can provide much-needed pain relief.
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Laminitis is a very painful condition that can affect any horse. Whilst prevention is always better than cure, icing the hoof can help relieve the symptoms.
Collateral ligaments take the strain if the horse has been worked on deep ground or uneven surfaces. With the Absolute wrap from Cryochaps, pasterns and the hoof area can be cooled quickly and effectively and target any minor tweaks. Cryochaps provide the best in horse ice boots and horse ice wraps.
Applying ice and compression after exercise or injury is important, but so is the timely removal. Find out why the removal of ice and compression is so important.
Unlike any other ice boot on the market, Cryochaps incorporate a sleeve made from stretch neoprene that wraps around the ice sleeve, creating compression. This means that the ice boot moulds to the horses leg and is kept in place by the multiple Velcro straps, ensuring a very secure fit.