Renegade hoof boots- who uses them with the traction studs
So the farrier helped me measure my girl for renegades today and I was trying to decide whether I need the traction studs or not. I do ride a widely varied terrain- roads, grass fields, very rocky trails, some solid rock face, mud, etc. I normally have borium on her shoes.
So would you think I should get the traction studs on the boots or do they give enough traction as is?
“While the rest of the species is descended from apes, redheads are descended from cats.” Mark Twain
My understanding was that the studs were slippery on rock and pavement, and I was worried that my horse would get "caught" on them and rotque a leg in other terrain. She has never had any problem with the regular Renegades.