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Standing Wraps for Horses

Standing Wraps for Horses
Standing Wraps for Horses
Horse standing wraps, also called standing bandages, are typically made of a poly knit fabric that wraps around and secures quilts or leg wraps with varying thicknesses of fill, in place on the horse’s leg. Available in various lengths and colors, standing bandages are typically 6 inches wide with hook-and-loop closures in packages of 4. Leg quilts are sold in pairs in various heights and quilting patterns. Shop top brands like Dura-Tech, Wilker’s, Lettia, BB Satin and more.
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Dura-Tech® Standing Wraps
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Standing Wraps & Bandages

The most basic bandage used on a horse is the standing wrap.  The standing bandage is typically 6 inches wide and made of a tough but slightly flexible poly knit fabric with hook and look closures at the ends to secure it in place.

The standing bandage and wrap are most commonly used in three ways on the horse. A standing wrap is made up of a cotton base quilted fabric, or "quilt" with a standing bandage to hold it in place.  It is applied to the horse’s lower leg and used for a support, circulation and to prevent "stocking-up" after working. It can be used dry or with liniment or other substances on the leg.

To help stimulate more blood flow in your horse’s leg, you can apply liniment before you apply the standing bandage quilt and wrap.

Quilted Leg Wraps for Horses

If your horse has an injury with inflammation a standing quilted leg wrap can go over a poultice. Standing bandages and wraps can also be used to sweat a leg.

It’s important to properly apply a standing wrap to the leg and keep the pressure even from top to bottom. It’s also important to keep the wrap and quilt free of wrinkles and creases.  Be sure the wrap is not so tight it cuts off circulation or so loose it falls down or off. Practice makes perfect.

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