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Bell Boots

Bell boots are usually worn to prevent overreaching (when the horse "grabs" his front heels with the toes of his back feet, resulting in injury), or if the horse is wearing shoe studs to protect him from accidentally injuring himself. Bell boots are occasionally worn when shipping a horse, if the bandages or boots used do not provide protection to the heel region or if a horse tends to pull his front shoes by stepping on them with his back feet. Bell boots can also be used when a horse is turned out, for extra protection or to help prevent him from accidentally pulling a shoe if he is especially exuberant while
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