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Bandages, Wraps and Equi-chaps

Equilibrium Equi-Chaps Close Contact Chaps For Mud Fever Navy with Yellow Stripe Equilibrium Equi-Chaps Close Contact Chaps For Mud Fever Navy with Yellow Stripe
£52.50
£47.99
Equi-Chaps Close Contact Chaps Navy with Yellow Stripe Turnout Boots for Mud Fever Prevention A breathable turnout boot for mud fever prevention, designed to keep horses’ legs dry and mud free. 1 Year Guarantee Shaped to fit over the fetlock, hoof & heel Completely covers the coronet band Breathable, soft & comfortable Made from perforated neoprene With 4-way stretch to fit like a second skin Easy…
Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Training Wrap Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Training Wrap
£59.95
£54.95
Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Training Wrap Breathable support without restriction Pliable and flexible support boots, Stretch and Flex Training Wraps allow the horse to move freely, while still benefiting from effective support. 1 year guarantee rosetteComfortable, breathable support boots offering the support of an exercise bandage with the convenience of a boot. Suitable for schooling, hacking and…
Equilibrium Therapy Magnetic Chaps Equilibrium Therapy Magnetic Chaps
£79.95
£67.95
Equilibrium Therapy Magnetic Chaps Soft and comfortable magnetic boots designed to be worn in the stable. . Ideal for horses and ponies that suffer from arthritis or are recovering from injury Ideal for horses with tendon problems, splints, navicular, bone chips and general knocks, bumps and scars Includes 4 movable clinical grade VITAflex magnets Can be used overnight or during the day in the sta…
Woof Wear Dressage Wrap Woof Wear Dressage Wrap
£35.00
£33.99
Woof Wear Dressage Wrap The new Woof Wear Dressage Wrap is a quick and easy alternative to bandaging and provides support to the tendon and fetlock. Smart and flexible, the Dressage Wrap allows full flexibility of movement and the 7mm breathable neoprene keeps joints and tendons cool. The plush outer material allows for a wide range of strap adjustment around the leg. Suitable for everyday use inc…
Equilibrium Therapy Magnetic Hind & Hock Chaps Equilibrium Therapy Magnetic Hind & Hock Chaps
£89.95
£76.95
Equilibrium Therapy Magnetic Hind & Hock Chaps Winner of the BETA Innovation Award 2019! Designed to allow Vitaflex® magnets to be placed directly at the lower part of the hock joint – the common location for hock arthritis. Ideal for horses that suffer with arthritis of the hock, or are prone to fluid filled legs in the stable. Soft, ergonomic magnetic chaps suitable for use in the stable overnig…
Woof Wear Dressage Colour Fusion Wrap Woof Wear Dressage Colour Fusion Wrap
£33.99 - £54.99
Woof Wear Dressage Colour Fusion Wrap The new Woof Wear Dressage Wrap is a quick and easy alternative to bandaging and provides support to the tendon and fetlock. Smart and flexible, the Dressage Wrap allows full flexibility of movement and the 7mm breathable neoprene keeps joints and tendons cool. The plush outer material allows for a wide range of strap adjustment around the leg. Suitable for ev…
Equilibrium Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps Navy Equilibrium Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps Navy
£33.95
£31.95
Equi-Chaps Stable Chaps Help keep legs warm and dry in the stable Soft and durable, stable boots to help keep legs warm, dry and protected in the stable. The chaps completely encase the lower leg to help protect from scuffs and grazes, extending over the coronet band and bulbs of the heel to help protect these vulnerable areas. 1 year guarantee rosetteHelp to keep joints warm, maintain circulation…
Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wrap Black Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wrap Black
£49.95
£42.99
Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wrap Black Support of a bandage, convenience of a boot Comfortable, breathable leg wraps offering the support of an exercise bandage with the convenience of a boot. Suitable for flatwork schooling and hacking well established and balanced horses that need light support and protection. Protects against minor knocks and scrapes without restriction1 year guarantee…
Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wrap Navy Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wrap Navy
£49.95
£42.99
Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wrap Navy Comfortable, breathable horse leg wraps suitable for flatwork schooling and hacking well established and balanced horses, that need light support and protection. Protects against minor knocks and scrapes without restriction Ideal for everyday use for flatwork schooling, lunging and hacking Thick cushioned panels protect inner fetlock and splint bones M…
Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wrap White Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wrap White
£49.95
£42.99
Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Flatwork Wrap White Support of a bandage, convenience of a boot Comfortable, breathable leg wraps offering the support of an exercise bandage with the convenience of a boot. Suitable for flatwork schooling and hacking well established and balanced horses that need light support and protection. Protects against minor knocks and scrapes without restriction1 year guarantee…
Le Mieux Luxury Polo Bandages Paprika Set of 4 Le Mieux Luxury Polo Bandages Paprika Set of 4 new
£24.95
Le Mieux Luxury Polo Bandages Paprika Set of 4 NEW improved Luxury LeMieux Fleece Polo Bandages. These beautiful fleece exercise bandages are made from the highest quality fleece to avoid pilling. They can be used on their own or with LeMieux under bandage pads for extra protection. The LeMieux bandages are 3.8 metres long and sold in a set of 4 in a zipped carry case. The Fleece bandages have bee…
Legacy Bandages Legacy Bandages
£14.50
Legacy Bandages Set of 4 fleece bandages for general use. Features include: Each bandage measures 3m in length Tough hook and loop fastening strap Clear poly case for handy storage Available in 13 colours
Woof Wear Stable Boots with Bio Ceramic Liners Black and Blue Woof Wear Stable Boots with Bio Ceramic Liners Black and Blue
£60.00
£52.90
Woof Wear Stable Boots with Bio Ceramic Liners Black and Blue Supportive stable boots with bio-ceramic technology to promote healing and aid recovery via Far Infrared Rays (FIR). The sleek anatomical and ergonomic design is angled to work with the horse’s leg to ensure support in all the right areas without inhibiting movement. Stable boots can also be used with towelling liners giving the boots d…
Woof Wear Stable Boots with Wicking Liners Black and Grey Woof Wear Stable Boots with Wicking Liners Black and Grey
£45.00
£43.99
Woof Wear Stable Boots with Wicking Liners Black and Grey Use Woof Wear Stable Boots to support and protect the leg without the danger of pressure points. They can be used when the horse is stabled or travelling. Great for drying wet legs and can be used as part of a daily routine after turnout to help prevent mud fever. Features Wicking fabric dries legs quickly Protection in the stable and when…
Woof Wear Wicking Boot Liner Black and Grey Woof Wear Wicking Boot Liner Black and Grey
£19.99
Woof Wear Wicking Boot Liner Black and Grey Use with Woof Wear Stable Boots to support and protect the leg without the danger of pressure points. They can be used when the horse is stabled or travelling. Great for drying wet legs and can be used as part of a daily routine after turnout to help prevent mud fever. Features Wicking fabric dries legs quickly Suitable for front or hind legs Use with Wo…

Heavenly Horse Leg Wraps

When your horse’s legs need a little extra protection then look no further than the excellent range of horse bandages here at Equi Supermarket. We feature the finest bandages from the highly regarded Bridleway, Equilibrium, Woof Wear and Schockemohle collections. These are the names that you can trust to deliver the highest quality.

Correctly Using Horse Exercise Bandages

It's a good idea to use horse exercise bandages to protect your horse's legs during exercise. They provide excellent support for tendons and ligaments and are particularly useful for horses with strained or weak tendons or after certain leg injuries. Usually, horse exercise bandages are manufactured from a thin stretchy material which requires padding underneath. This reduces the pressure on the horse’s legs.

Putting on horse exercise bandages

It's vital that exercise bandages are applied correctly. If not, they may not do their job and they can even cause significant discomfort to your horse. They could restrict the flow of blood and even damage tissues and tendons. In fact, it's probably safer not to bandage your horse's legs at all rather than bandage them incorrectly. It's important that exercise bandages are applied by an experienced equestrian or at the very least that they're checked after they've been applied. Only one person should apply the bandages as this will ensure that there's even pressure on all four legs.

If your horse will be jumping, then you can secure the bandages with stitches or tape to stop them from becoming undone if they're caught on the fence. Bandages (and legs) should always be dry and clean. Any dirt underneath the material could result in discomfort, irritated skin and even injury. They should be taken off your horse's legs as soon as possible after exercise.

Horse Travel Bandages & Transport Tips

Travelling with your Horse? Don't forget their passport, digestive supplements and horse travel bandages.

Travelling with a horse can be a stressful event, not just for you, but for the horse too. After all, a confined environment, changes to his feed and water intake and visiting new places, can all combine to create tension and anxiety in your animal. It's important to prepare your vehicle, yourself and your horse in advance of travelling to ensure a smooth journey. This could include checking the tyres on the horsebox are roadworthy, planning your route and making sure you have clean horse travel bandages at the ready.

Here are 16 tips to make transporting your horse a less stressful task.

  • Check your horsebox or trailer before your journey to make sure it is roadworthy and safe, especially if it hasn't been used for a while. The last thing you would want is to breakdown on a journey with your horse.
  • On that note, invest in an emergency rescue policy that includes horses. Make sure you keep the membership card in your vehicle whilst travelling.
  • Check your mobile phone is fully charged and take a charger with you.
  • Don't leave home without your horse's passport. It's actually against the law to transport your horse without it.
  • Carry a first aid kit - for horses and humans. When you are out on the road it's always good to be prepared for minor injuries. Check out our guide to stocking up your first aid kit.
  • Carry more hay and water than you think you might need, just in case. Also it might be a good idea to carry some supplies for yourself as well.
  • Don't travel if your horse is ill. Even having a mild illness before they travel can make them more likely to develop serious health conditions. This includes shipping fever – a respiratory disease related to long periods of travel, by road, air and sea.
  • On journeys longer than three hours, find somewhere safe to stop and untie your horse. This will allow him to lower his head to a more natural position and help to clear mucus; reducing the risk of him contracting pneumonia or shipping fever. You could always use some treats to encourage him to lower his head too.
  • Allow adequate ventilation and be sure to clean out the vehicle regularly during your journey. It's a good idea to avoid dusty hay if possible. This will reduce the chances of respiratory problems.
  • If possible, try to keep your horses feed or hay the same as usual. This helps to prevent sudden changes in diet which can cause upset.
  • Consider using digestive enhancer supplements at stages of the journey. This will aid your horse's digestion.
  • Avoid over-clothing your horse for the conditions. Remember, your horse will be using his muscles to balance on the journey. Horses aren't as susceptible to cold temperatures as we humans are and they prefer to be too cool than too warm.
  • Use horse travel bandages or boots. This helps to protect horses' legs if they catch them on a partition or accidentally kick themselves during transport. It's important to make sure your horse is comfortable, so keep the bandage wrinkle free and the pressure even when putting them on. Horse travel bandages will also offer some extra support for the lower leg.
  • Plan your route in advance, consider the size of your vehicle and watch out for bridges and narrow roads. Check the traffic before you leave too.
  • Find out where veterinary practices are on your route. This will ensure that if your horse does need urgent care you know where to find it and can reach it quickly.
  • Your horse will become tired after a long, hot ride. Think about leaving home earlier and stabling overnight if possible. The quality of your driving will have an effect on the effort your horse must make to keep his balance. Be sure to drive as smoothly as you can and at reasonable speeds.
  • Whether you plan on transporting your horse to your local show in a trailer or taking them further across the country in a sophisticated lorry, you'll want to ensure that the journey is smooth and without any long delays. Following these tips will help ensure that stress is kept to a minimum, for both you and your horse.

A guide to correct bandaging

  • Make sure that the Gamgee/Fibagee is the right size for your horse.
  • Wrap the padding around the leg smoothly. Work from the front to the back and finish on the outside.
  • Begin bandaging from the very top of the padding, leaving a three-inch tab above the padding. Wrap in the same direction as the padding.
  • After the initial turn of the bandage, fold down this tab and then do the second turn over the top to secure the end.
  • Continue bandaging down the leg, covering roughly two thirds of the turn of the bandage every time. Be sure to keep the pressure even as you move down the leg and make sure there are no wrinkles in the bandage or the padding underneath.
  • Bandage down to the level of the ergot and then return up the leg. Leave an inverted "V" at the front of the fetlock joint where the exercise bandage crosses itself. Maintain the same amount of pressure as you return up the leg.
  • Keep the ties flat as you wrap them around your horse's leg. It's important to make sure that they're not any tighter than the bandage. Use a reef knot to secure the ties on the outside the leg. Never secure them on the bone on the front of the leg or the tendon at the back.
  • Fold the top half of the bandage down in order to cover the knot. If your horse is competing, it's a good idea to secure the bandage with a few strips of tape. Make sure you don't pull the tape too tightly as this may damage the tendon.
  • You can achieve greater security by sewing the bandage in place.

You will love the soft fleece bandages which are perfect for the stable or for when you are travelling. We also offer polo bandages and the excellent Stretch & Flex® bandages from the innovators at Equilibrium.

Stretch & Flex Horse Bandages

Stretch & Flex bandages by Equilibrium have proved to be a big hit with many leading riders. They provide exceptional protection for horses’ legs and are both flexible and breathable. This collection is fashioned from Stomate, which is a special type of neoprene. The bandages efficiently wick moisture away from your horse’s skin and so leave them feeling comfortable at all times.

As with everything in the Equi Supermarket range, we offer our horse bandages at the lowest possible prices. We understand that you need many accessories in order to take good care of your horse and so we aim to make it as easy as possible for you to afford everything.

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