It’s a lean, green trail machine! The new Cavallo Trek GREEN is the colour of Spring and new beginnings…fresh, bright and full of light!
The Trek Green Slim Sole Hoof Boot is flexible, durable, breathable and user friendly! Trek Hoof Boots, with the honeycomb design, maximize strength and minimize weight for the comfortable performance your horse deserves. Great for the relief of chronic pain or hoof sensitivity; rehabilitation from injuries, abscesses, navicular disease, laminitis / founder, punctures, sole bruising and contracted heels. Additionally, the Trek Hoof Boot can easily be adjusted for close contact and snug fit to individual horse’s hooves. Can be used for protection during trailering and breeding or taken on the trail as a “spare tire” for lost shoes.
The Trek Green Slim Sole is perfect for horses whose hoof length measurements are longer than they are wide (by 1/4 inch or more).
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- Equal sole width and length measurement
- Outside tread pattern supports the hoof wall
- All-terrain tread minimizes build-up of mud, sand and debris
- Excellent traction while still allowing natural movement
- Center of outsole is recessed to minimize pressure
- Built-in sole relief: Raised inner rim takes pressure off sole, bars and frog
Click here to download the measuring chart – Please note that printers can distort the actual measurements so be sure to compare it to a regular ruler before measuring.
My husband and I have three rescued Mustangs; his is now 24 years old. Ranger was nine years old when we adopted him - pretty set in his wild ways - and was a wonderful mover. Just last year, I noticed him moving very stiffly and not wanting to move faster than a walk. We turn them out to pasture for five months every winter. This spring when we brought them in, Ranger wasn't moving well. I decided to give Natural Stride a try because I liked the philosophy behind it: get rid of the inflammation, then treat the joint. My husband was very skeptical. In only 10 days we saw a marked difference in his movement. When we saddled our horses up to ride with some friends, whom we told to leave us behind if they wanted to go quicker. To our surprise, when they started getting ahead of us, Ranger broke into a trot to keep up, on his own. Soon he was showing up the others and looking quite proud of himself. Since then he has proven himself quite capable many times over. When I call him to dinner he now trots across the corral to meet me instead of struggling up the slope. I am getting constant 'thank-you's' from my husband every time he takes his horse out. So I am very pleased with the results and want to say a big "Thank you" to you also.Juanita Martin Allenspark Lodge, B&B, Colorado
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