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We’ve all been there. Your horse comes in from the field and there’s a hot bump on his -- pick a spot -- shoulder, neck, ankle. Ugh, you think. One of his pals kicked or bit him while they were horsing around! Or you open up the stall door to find your horse banged his knee, hock or fetlock. It’s one of those mysterious injuries horses seem so prone to, no matter how deep we bed and bank the stall. What’s the first thing you want to do? Ice it.
But how do you get a bucket of ice water on his neck? Or avoid getting the cut on his ankle wet while using ice to reduce the heat and swelling? The answer is the new Ice Horse® Emergency Wrap .
The wrap is six inches wide, 42 inches long and made out of a special anti-migration fabric, so it stays in place while cooling even the trickiest part of your horse. The wrap comes with two reusable First+Ice® packs which mold to the horse’s body part to provide optimal coverage, cooling and compression.
A tack trunk must for all!
www.icehorse.net , 1-800-786-6633