Don’t Skip the Protective Boots
Boot up.

Booting up your horse is cheap insurance for their health and longevity. Protective boots help support the soft tissues of your horse’s legs and minimize the chance of injury. In this video brought to you by Professional’s Choice, seven-time NFR-qualifying team roper Coleman Proctor shares why he uses boots to protect and support his horse’s legs.

“Whenever we’re making the turn coming through the corner, I know my horse is really having to dig deep… It gives me a lot of relief thinking about how much protection he’s got helping his suspensory ligament because it really goes down into the ground.”

Boot up and save! Until 12/31/23, you can save $10 off a two-pack or $20 off a four-pack of Professional’s Choice Sport’s Medicine Boot. Shop online or visit your favorite local retailer.

About Coleman Proctor:

Since turning pro in 2004, Coleman Proctor has qualified for the National Finals Rodeo seven times. In 2022, he finished sixth in the team roping (heading) world standings. Throughout his career, Proctor has earned more than $1.5 million in prize money, cementing his status as one of the top earners in the sport. Proctor, his wife, and two daughters live in Pryor, Oklahoma.

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