Never struggle wrapping a hock again! Cashel® Boomer's Hock Socks™ are an easy way to wrap your horse's hocks. These hock wraps can be used over medication and liniments. Made in the USA.
The Standard Twitch for horseshas chain end that fits most horses.
The EZ ICE Hock Wrap reduces swelling, heat and soreness in your horse's hock area. It can also be used on the horse's knee. Keep this hock wrap in your freezer and strap on when needed. It works quickly to slow inflammation and ease pain. Easily transportable in a cooler for use at a competition.
Bag Balm® is a protective ointment that contains lanolin. It spreads easily and stays on your horse to soothe cuts, scratches, skin irritations and abrasions. Bag Balm can also be used to soften hardened, dry, pinched or contracted hooves. 8 oz.
For the vaccination of healthy horses against Eastern and Western encephalomyelitis, equine rhinopneumonitis caused by EHV-1 and EHV-4 strains, equine influenza caused by type A2 viruses and tetanus. Single dose is delivered in a prefilled syringe with needle for your convenience.
Dosage: inject one 1 mL dose intramuscularly (IM) and repeat the dose 3 to 4 weeks later. A 1 mL booster dose should be given annually.
Ice Horse™ Knee-to-Ankle Wraps cover the knee and extend over the fetlock and pastern areas to provide complete cooling and uniform compression to the lower leg. Each wrap has room for six FirstIce® non-toxic inserts.
Fenwick Equestrian Products’ Liquid Titanium Ear Plugs, or “Liza’s” Ear Plugs, help reduce anxiety in the horse. These ear plugs are made of a combination of drug-free liquid titanium fabric and sponge foam to conform comfortably to the horse’s inner ear without pressure. The special fabric works with the horse’s circulatory system to create far infrared rays that result in a calming sense of well-being.
For the vaccination of healthy horses against Eastern and Western encephalomyelitis, tetanus;, equine influenza and rhinopneumonitis (EHV-1 and EHV-4) ) and as an aid in reduction of disease the viremia caused by West Nile virus. Syringes and needles are sold separately.
Dosage: Inject 1 mL intramuscularly and repeat dose in 3 to 4 weeks. A 1 mL booster dose should be given annually.