First Aid Kit - Complete Barn Kit
Perfect kit. Everyone should have one. I've added a few little things to it but it's definitely a great start.
May 30, 2011
Don't Go Without It
A must-have for any horse professional. Perfect for in the trailer, at the barn and away at shows. I bought my first one almost five years ago, and I'm now on my second one. I kept the first bag to store my Rx and twitches, extra halters and other emergency items in.
July 18, 2010
Handy & Organized
Have not used yet (luckily), however, our trainer (who is very knowledgeable) recommended this one and I like how everything is organized. Numerous pockets and additional spaces to add our own goodies. Heavy duty bag and convenient to carry.
March 23, 2010
This kit has everything we need and more for our horse in our new barn. I feel secure in that if he were injured we would have the necessary items to administer the immediate need. the only problem with this kit was that when it arrived, during shipping, something, either the peroxide or some other liquid leaked out and the inside of the kit was wet. Otherwise, we are happy to have it!
April 10, 2009
Portable Peace of Mind!
In the years that I have owned this, I haven't run up against anything that wasn't included in this kit! There are some things in the kit that I never knew that I needed until I needed them. It's definitely worth the investment.
December 20, 2006
Equimedic First Aid Kits are the Best!
For me safety is most important within an equestrian center. Equimedic has provided us with the best first aids kits that all centers should have. Unexpected accidents can happen with horses. I have confidence knowing that I have all the right tools at my fingertips. When I am traveling with horses, training horses at home, or on a trail, I feel good knowing that I have these first aids kits on hand. Equimedic is the first company that has offered all the first aid kit tools that one should have with horses. I am so proud to be a part of their team and to recommend this to all horse owners!
March 2, 2005