I've had the Dover 3-strap boots for years and LOVE them. My only compliant is they can be hot, but unless you're in AZ April isn't hot enough. At some point I plan on getting Dover's newer model which has a mesh lining and not the solid nylon.
You can't go wrong with a good standing wrap, and I use that when it's too warm. Nobow topped with a track wrap, bell boots up front, and good to go.
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I too have Dover Pros I've had FOREVER -- they hold up well, they are really easy to put on and off, they have fit both the little TBs and my GIANT horses (and i mean giant) without slipping, and they are currently on sale in the Dover catalog.
They have scuff plates and go over the hock.
I have some more expensive ones with more straps and they are just harder to put on and don't stay put as well.
Am going to buy a second pair for the 2-horse hauling days....