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The Benefits of a Therapeutic Hock Boot

June 20, 2016 1 min read

Do you have a performance horse with sore hocks? Does your horse frequently receive hock injections? Take a peek at the video to learn more about the benefits of a therapeutic hock boot. Therapeutic Hock BootBenefab makes it easy for your horse to perform at his best. A healthy horse is a happy horse.
  • Hock Boot fabric is made up of ceramic nano-particles

  • Fabric emits far-infrared rays keeping muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments supple and relaxed

  • Hock Boots help harmonize bodily functions safely and naturally stimulating recovery time, promoting blood circulation, increasing oxygen flow, and ultimately reducing pain and stiffness

  • Material is breathable, with wicking qualities for enhanced comfort

  • Velcro securing straps allow for adjustable sizing

  • No charging or plugging in

  • Can be used with light turn out or stall rest

  • Works beautifully with Sore No Products by Arenus

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