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Thermal Imaging Test Results for HUSK an Independent Review by E.T.S Electrical

Thermal Imaging Test Results for HUSK an Independent Review by E.T.S Electrical

Aim:  To test the temperature of peripheral lower leg of horse using HUSK boots after 10min exercise and 30min stabling.  To also review the porosity of HUSK boots.  All tests were taken using a thermal imaging camera. Method:  Peripheral skin temperatures and images were taken of the horse's leg at intervals using a thermal imaging camera.  Thermal images were also taken at these points in time.  The horse was walked briskly on the road for 10min to warm the legs up.  Temperatures and images were taken before exercise with and without HUSK boots, directly after exercise, and 30min post exercise with...

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What are the Issues with Horse Bandages and Boots? by Dr Jorge MacDonough (International Polo Vet)

What are the Issues with Horse Bandages and Boots?  by Dr Jorge MacDonough (International Polo Vet)

In all equestrian disciplines where you want to achieve maximum athletic performance, even in animals of great economic value, many believe bandaging firm and booting will minimise over flexion of the fetlock, avoiding excessive strain on the tendons and ligaments......

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Close up of HUSK Air Impact Brushing Boot during hosing

Close up of HUSK Air Impact Brushing Boot during hosing

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Grand Prix Dressage Rider Lucy Straker talks about why HUSK works for her horses

Grand Prix Dressage Rider Lucy Straker talks about why HUSK works for her horses

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No sweat via #HUSK Breathe saddle cloth

No sweat via #HUSK Breathe saddle cloth

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