Cavallo Sport Boot provides secure footing for all horse sports, such as cross training, ring rides, walking, trotting, jogging, jumping & even lost shoes. Includes waterproof thread, rustproof metal and high performance TPU out sole. Sold as a pair. Read More
Cavallo Sport Boot, Slim
Provides secure footing for all horse sports, such as crss training, ring rides, walking, trotting, jogging, jumping & even lost shoes. This simple, quick fastening boot, is lightweight & stays securely on the hoof. Includes waterproof thread, rustproof metal & high performance TPU out sole. Has reflective piping for safety.
Measuring and Fitting your Cavallo Hoof Boots
Cavallo Boots are SIMPLE to MEASURE
Measure the hoof length carefully just AFTER A FRESH TRIM. Do NOT include heel bulbs. Stay within the hoof size range as room growth has already been allowed for between regular trims.
Click here to download your measuring chart! - Please note that printers can distort the actual measurements so be sure to compare it to a regular ruler before measuring.
CAVALLO BOOT FITTING VIDEO
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- Brand: Cavallo Horse & Rider
- Size: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6
"Cavallo boots "
Have used mine twice now. First time just average road ride. Second was 2 hours in the mountains. Thru mud, water, lots of rocks, hills, logs.. You name it! No twisting or turning. Stayed on real nice. I ride a Paso Fino mare so the movement is quite different from a QH. No more shoes for my girl! BTW just front. Never been shod on back
"Terrible - Rotate after 2 steps!!"
These boots begin to rotate on the horses feet after only 1 or two steps. Beware!!
I bought the regular Cavallo Sport Boot because I had the metal shoes removed from my mare for the winter. Today was the first time I have ridden her with them on. They are awesome!! She did fantastic with them on. We went through water and up and down hills and they stayed in place. There were no rubbed places on her feet after the ride. I love them!!
"Cavallo sizing chart"
"Great boot. I like it. Easy to put on, easy to close, and it shouldn't fall off. Only problem is the sizing is not accurate. I trimmed feet and measured not once, not twice, but three times. I got a ""4"" thinking to use it for a rear hoof, and it will fit on the front. I will need a ""2"" for the rear. You cannot go by their chart. You'll need a smaller size than according to their chart."