Davis Weighted Bell Boots

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4.85
$45.95
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Weighted Bell Boots by Davis.

Need some fancy foot work? Sharpen the step and bring the hoof of your equine partner off the ground with The Davis Weighted Bell Boot. Your horse can perform in comfort while wearing Davis Weighted Bell Boots.

Product Details:

  • Doublewall construction
  • Rolled top edge for added comfort
  • Double-locking hook and loop closure
  • 5 oz. lead bar weight to aid in building shoulder muscles.
  • Sold in pairs.

Sises: Small, Medium and Large

Color: Black

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.85

(based on 4 reviews)

By
June 08, 2018
5.05
"Purchased for a rocky mountain horse whose gait was very trotty. Put them on his back feet and his rack is perfect and square now. If you have a pacey gaited horse you would just put them on the fronts and they should work well. I love that they're stylish, shiny and durable. Easy to put on if you have a horse that can stand the sound of velcro."
By
July 23, 2017
5.05
"Ordered it and love it. Yes, you have to do it gradually like you would do with ANY weight training, some muscle relaxant or bute after work or day off could be in order. Go smaller on hind end as the hoofs are smaller, so it fits right and doesn't rub. I usually warm up without them, then add them later more work on walk then other gates. Once the horse is built up on a flat I start cavaletti trot then canter. small single jumps, just like you would do with a young horse to build them up. "
By

April 12, 2016
4.05
"quality rubber, feels very durable, the double lock velcro is always what I want on bell boots as you know its not going to let loose when its brushes against the other boot/leg/"
By
CA
April 12, 2016
5.05
"These Davis weighted bell boots are very well made. I purchased them for use on a filly needing to build up hind leg strength. They fit well and were comfortable for the horse. Just a caveat - use common sense with a weighted boot. Just a few minutes of work with the boots on at all 3 gaits in a sand round pen caused rub sores on the fillys fetlocks. Perhaps the better option is to use a weighted boot only at a walk, and in footing not likely to cause abrasion. Mea culpa. It has also been suggested that a weighted boot may cause undue strain on joints and other structures when used at a gait other than a walk. Bottom line: great product, but be sure to invoke logic and common sense before using incorrectly."