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We recently purchased coral colored Classic Equine Polo Wraps for one of our horses. We love the color and they look amazing! In addition to owning fashionable Polo Wraps, there are also many benefits to owning a pair as well.
Here are a few of our reasons:
Soft & Comfortable
These Polo Wraps are made out of 500 gram stretch pile fleece, which makes it soft and comfortable for our horse to wear. Because it is a soft fleece material, there is no pain or irritation associated with wearing them, even with a cut or sore.
Support & Flexibility
Next, these wraps offer support for the ligaments and fetlock area in our horses legs while providing flexibility in movement, with little to no restriction.
Another amazing benefit is the protection that it offers to our horses lower leg area while outdoors, from gravel, sand, and other elements.
Secure & Stays in Place
No worries while in training or at a horse show, the hook and closure system is used, which assists in securing the wrap from falling out of place.
Fun Colors & Patterns
Our personality can shine through with the variety of fun colors and patterns to choose from for our horse to wear. It is fun to switch up the colors and create different looks for a horse and rider.
Furthermore, these wraps create a proper fit for our horses legs. Be sure to consult your veterinarian or horse training professional to ensure that you secure the wraps with the right amount of pressure. We always make sure that our wraps are not too tight nor too loose.
Last but not least, with being machine washable, we are able to easily keep our wraps looking new and clean.
Do you own a pair of Classic Equine Polo Wraps? If so, feel free to share a photo and a comment.
Keep trottin’ to your dreams.