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How soon after my horse receives an injection can equine Back on Track proucts be used?

We recommend not to use Back on Track products for 5 days after an injection.

Can liniments be used with Back on Track products?

Do not use products that will generate heat. Use your own common sense to see how your horse reacts. It is OK to use Poultice.

What Back on Track equine products are meant for stall use and which ones are meant for turnout use (exercise)?

Most Back on Track products are meant for stall use. The only products recommended for turnout (exercise) are the saddle pads, exercise boots, polo wraps and exercise sheets.

What Back on Track product would be helpful for the stifle area of a horse?

The only product we have for the stifle area would be the mesh sheet or fleece blanket.

What is the difference between the Back on Track No Bow leg wraps and Quick Wraps?

No Bows are a denser fabric with a foam inside. The No Bows leg wraps need to be held in place with a standing wrap (not included). The Quick Wraps have an inner pillow wrap with a neoprene outer layer that attaches with Velcro straps. No standing wrap is needed. Both wraps work in the same way, so whichever wrap one chooses is personal preference.

What is the difference between the Back on Track Mesh Sheet and Fleece Blanket?

The mesh sheet is a full-fitting sheet with gussets and can be used year-round. The fleece blanket is normally used after exercising for wicking purposes. Any other sheet can be used over these provided the Back on Track sheet is next to the horses’ body.

How do I measure for Back on Track equine leg wraps, i.e. No Bows and Quick Wraps?

Measure the length of the cannon bone – below the knee to the fetlock.

How do I measure for the Back on Track equine neck cover?

The size of the neck cover will be the same as the blanket size.

How do I measure for the Back on Track equine head cap?

They come in two sizes – small and med-large. Most horses will wear the M-L. The head cap is slightly ‘stretchy’.

How do I know what size of Back on Track polo wraps to order? 9" or 11"?

That would depend on the size of the cannon bone and how you prefer to wrap.

How do I measure for Back on Track exercise boots?

Measure the length of the cannon bone. Typically, a horse may wear a size larger on the back legs than the front legs.

How do I measure for the Back on Track bell boots?

The small bell boots are 4” high; medium is 4¼” high; and the large are 4½” high. They do tend to run big.

How do I measure for the Back on Track hock boots?

Measure around the center of the hock… 15″ would be small; 16” would be medium; and 17” would be large and in the Padded Royal Hock Boot 19″ would be XLarge. Typically, an Arabian would wear a small; a Quarter horse would wear a medium; and Warmbloods would wear a large. There are exceptions: if a Thoroughbred is slender like a Quarter horse.

How do I measure for the Back on Track knee boots?

Measure around the center of the knee. 12” would be small; 13¼” would be medium; and 13½” would be large and 14½” would be XLarge. Typically, an Arabian would wear a small; a Quarter horse would wear a medium; and Warmbloods would wear a large. There are exceptions: if a Thoroughbred is slender like a Quarter horse.

What size are Back on Track saddle pads?

A/P SADDLE PAD (English): 23” spine; 19” drop.
DRESSAGE: 22” spine; 21” drop.
WESTERN: 31” in length. Slightly contoured. Drop for 1 side: 18” at wither; 16” at center; 17½” at back. Because it is only ⅛” thick, it is used as a liner under another saddle pad.