Racing Tack

Italian Trotting Boots by Racing Tack

5.05

Italian hind trotting boots are designed to protect the hind shins and ankles of the Standardbred Trotter racehorse. Hard protective outer covering provides protection form interference while soft neoprene lining cushions the blows. Available in different heights depending on where the horse hits.

Product Details:

  • Protects the shin and ankle
  • Full speedy cut
  • Velcro top straps
  • Buckle ankle strap
  • Neoprene lining
  • Heights: Shin, Half, Full or Extended
  • Available in one size only
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Italian Shin And Ankle Boot - TB
Italian Shin And Ankle Boot
Item# 390A
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Italian Hind Half Hock with Speedy Cut - TB
Italian Hind Half Hock with Speedy Cut
Item# 400A
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Hind Shin Full Hock - TB
Hind Shin Full Hock
Item# 420A
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Italian hind trotting boots are designed to protect the hind shins and ankles of the Standardbred Trotter racehorse. Hard protective outer covering provides protection form interference while soft neoprene lining cushions the blows. Available in different heights depending on where the horse hits.

Product Details:

  • Protects the shin and ankle
  • Full speedy cut
  • Velcro top straps
  • Buckle ankle strap
  • Neoprene lining
  • Heights: Shin, Half, Full or Extended
  • Available in one size only

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
5.05

(based on 2 reviews)

By

April 12, 2016
5.05
"Always come back to this brand of trotting boots. Over the years, the quality has always been great. The lining holds up, the seams stay together, and the buckle lasts as long as the boot. Ive tried other brands but these are the best"
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April 12, 2016
5.05
"The boot has increased the horses speed and reduced its fear of nicking itself, giving it confidence to trot without pain."