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Draper Therapies No Bow Wraps

How to Choose Standing Wraps

When it comes to choosing standing wraps, there are a lot of options. Oftentimes the standing wraps you choose to use come down to your horse's legs and personal preference.

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Navy Perfect Polos

Perfect Polos for Imperfect Legs

I've ridden and cared for a lot of horses, which means I've wrapped a lot of legs. I'm pretty comfortable saying that the majority of the legs I've wrapped were sound, but they weren't perfect. Scars, bumps, lumps, and even come odd conformation made up the legs I clipped,...

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Guest Blog: Kelly Wilson from Hunky Hanovarian

Hi everyone! This is Kelly from the Hunky Hanoverian. I wanted to take a few minutes to write about one of my favorite companies- Draper Therapies. If you want more background about the therapeutic benefits of Draper Therapies products be sure to check out my blog post (http://hunkyhanoverian.com/product-review/product-review-draper-therapies/), where...

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Which wrap is right for you?

Which Wrap is Which? A Guide to Draper Therapies’s Leg Wraps

Right now, Draper Therapies makes three different types of equine standing-wrap-type leg wraps: Recovery Wraps, No Bows, and Quick Wraps. Customers looking into our leg wraps usually fall into two categories: novice wrappers or savvy wrappers. Novice wrappers are folks who don't wrap or polo their horse very often,...

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Why Every Horse Owner Should Know How to Standing Wrap

Standing wraps - some people love them and some people love to hate them. Whether you've never wrapped an equine leg or you're practically a professional wrapper, the fact is that at some point in your life with horses you will have to wrap. I can hear the groans already...

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Keeping Healthy and Safe during Winter Riding

When the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, equestrians are among the first to complain!  The horses get fuzzy, water buckets start to freeze, and nobody wants to ride if they’re frozen from the extra barn chores that winter brings with it.  Those of us on the east...

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