# Best Travel Boots for Horse | Horse Tail Guard/Protector #

Travel Boots & Tailguards

When preparing your horse for going out and about there are two areas that merit particular attention - the legs and the tail.
Before travelling you need to ensure your horse's legs are protected - from above the knee or hock to the coronet band - to avoid damage from bumps or the hooves of a fellow traveller.
While it is possible to bandage the legs, this is not ideal (unless it is done expertly) because bandages can unravel in transit and become a hazard. The modern and the best trend is to fit travelling boots which are quick and easy to put on, and comfortable for the horse.
Another vulnerable area while being trailered is the horse's "dock" - the bony plate at the start of the tail - which can be rubbed and abraded when the animal leans. A tail guard protects and secures the tail, and, like travel boots, is quick and easy to fit.

Show more
  •  Shires Arma Air Defence Travel Boots
  • Shires Arma Padded Tail Guard with Tail Bag  navy
  • Shires Arma Padded Tail Guards
  • Woof Wear Poll Guard

    Woof Wear

    Woof Wear Poll Guard

  • Woof Wear Tail Bag - All Colours
  • Woof Wear Travel Boots - Set of 4

    Woof Wear

    Woof Wear Travel Boots - Set of 4

    £66.00 - £90.00
  • Le Mieux Tail Bandages - Singles
  • Le Mieux Tail Guard with Bag
  • Le Mieux Travel Boots - Set of 4
  • Acavallo Gel Tail Bandages
  • Shires Travel Boots (179)
  • Shires Short Fleece Lined Travel Boots