Our equestrian daughter was able to wear new riding boots purchased shortly ago, posted in another writing here. However with the temperatures hovering below freezing levels this past two weeks, her time within the barns has given her a serious need to avoid frostbite to her toes and feet, so we had to purchase another pair of warmer winter boots for both horse riding lessons and barn work to keep her from freezing. These new riding boots rise only just above the ankle rather than to the knee, something looking more like a hiking boot.
For riding a horse she wanted her pants covered so she recently invested in a pair of "chaps" worn around the lower leg, zipped up at the side and elastic slipped over the top of the boot, gently placed under its center underneath to hold it in place. They also assist in keeping her warmer.