The Multi-use Bandage Sets by Horzehoods are suitable for many tasks & disciplines, breathable, stretch fleece they help protect against minor scrapes and bruises and are suitable for avoidance of sand and arena footing when schooling your horse or pony. (Due to the fabric Horzehoods bandages can be used without any padding underneath for exercise).
We have designed our fleece bandages in colors that match your Horzehoods giving you the ability to offer a smart look without losing the practicality of keeping your horse clean before & whilst travelling to a show! With our HH Logo printed in rubber on each individual bandage adding to the quality and overall look.
Two Sizes available Horse OR Pony (See size guide Tab)
Our HH Bandages can be cut down to size
Combining your Horzehood with bandages when prepping for a show or competition will help give you the ultimate show clean finish that you need & make you feel proud to step your horse of the wagon once at the showground. Other activities our wraps can be used for are:
Riding, most commonly on dressage horses or while schooling show hunters or show jumpers, lunging, long-reining, turnout (Some owners turn their horses out in polo bandages, although they must take care that the horse is not turned out in a wet pasture and that the polo's are well secured) and they can also be used for travelling (some owners prefer to use padding underneath for added protection or a hot horse)
Polo Wraps provide a cleaner look which riders prefer and they also cover greater areas of the legs than boots. For the more advanced grooms they also enable you to provide slightly more protection in a particular area of the leg if needed for injury etc.
IMPORTATANT: See below for advice on how to fit your bandage sets
HOW TO APPLY YOUR HORZEHOODS POLO BANDAGE WRAPS
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ
Always bandage left leg Anti-Clockwise & Right Leg Clockwise. Some of our photo and video shoots may show opposite wrapping which is purely for the logo placement of the product image, to give a better view of the product. Always wrap the correct way. The most important factor when applying the wraps is you keep the tension in them as uniform as possible over the entire area, uneven pressure could cause damage to tendons. If unsure ask your trainer or vet to demonstrate for you. We advise the same person wraps all 4 legs as no two people can wrap exactly the same tension. There are several different ways to apply polo wraps, methods differ when it comes to where the wrapping should start. i.e. some start at the top of the left and wrap down then back up, others start in the middle of the leg and so forth. Other methods differ in whether to extend or travel below the fetlock joints.