Step 2: With our bespoke 'handed' bandages you will find a small 'L' for left and a small 'R' for right at the end of the bandage, this should be the correct way up and readable to show you've picked the right leg!
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Your bandage should be firm but not overly tight. Our fleece exercise bandages and acrylic stable bandages have just enough stretch to keep their fit but do not need to be over tightened which could affect your horse's blood supply.
Top top: We choose to use bandages over brushing boots when working our horses as they provide much greater support and protection to the legs and do not allow sand and debris between the brushing boots and the horses' legs. This can be a a big problem with boots as sand or mud can irritate the skin leaving nasty wounds and sometimes swelling.