Protect your horse's legs while jumping, but also on a ride outside or in the meadow with a pair of jumping shoes. Protection that prevents your horse from stepping on the ball from its front hoof with its rear hoof.

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Bell boots

For optimal protection of your horse's legs, you can also use bell boots in addition to tendon boots and straps guards. This will protect your horse from an injury that he might incur by striking the ball of his front hoof with his hind leg or hoof. This can happen when jumping, but also during riding or even while grazing.

Bell boots also protect the hoof and the coronet of your horse. And it prevents your horse from trampling his shoes off with his hind feet. And lastly, we cannot overemphasize the importance of bell boots. It also protects the hoof from damage when striking a beam while jumping.

Many types of bell boots at MHS

The bell boots in our assortment are extremely strong but lightweight. The outside is made of strong plastic and the inside is lined with soft fleece or neoprene.

Thanks to the strong Velcro strip, the bell boots are easy to fit and remove. We sell different brands such as HB and Harry's Horse and you can choose from various prints and different fresh colours that often match the other leg protection items in our web shop.

We encourage you to study our sizing chart for a perfectly matching bell boot. If you don't find a match or if you would like more information, feel free to contact us. Our experienced team will be happy to hear from you!

MHS order service

Would you like to order new bell boots? At MHS you've come to the right place! In addition to our huge assortment of over 10,000 items, we also offer you the convenience of post-pay. You can also choose from iDeal, credit card, PayPal or prepayment.

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