EasyCare will have several representatives at the AERC Convention in Reno, Nevada, on Friday and Saturday, March 8 & 9 2013.
The EasyCare booth (#105/107/206/204) will be right at the entrance to the trade show, and we will have with us some samples of the latest hoof protection device models (yes, that is meant to be obtuse!). We will also be in good company: some endurance legends will be sharing our real estate with us for the entire convention:
- Julie Suhr will be seated at a table in our booth selling copies of her new book, ...but it wasn't the horse's fault.
- XP Rides will be set up in the same space and have representatives there to answer any questions you may have on their ride events for the 2013 season.
The conference proves to be another good one, with speaker seminars themed around Think Like a Vet - Learn from the Vets, as well as the trade show, the tack swap, the Friday night dance, the regional awards, the hot topic workshops, and Saturday evening's National awards Banquet. For more details on the conference schedule, see the 2013 AERC Convention Flyer.
Celebrating the 2012 National Mileage and Reserve Mileage Champions.
We will be celebrating several Easybooted rider achievements over the weekend, including 2012 National Mileage Champions, Laurie Birch and Scudd Run, (not to mention 2012 National Mileage Reserve Champions, Carla Richardson and SS Kharady Khid+/). And then of course, there was the 2012 Tevis Cup and 2012 Haggin Cup, both won by Easybooted horses.
The working prototype of the EasyShoe. Do you want to hold it?
And yes, if all goes to plan, we just might also have a sample of the working model of the EasyShoe Garrett wrote about in his March Newsletter blog, The Best of Both Worlds - A Hoof Protection Device That Still Allows The Hoof To Function As A Bare Hoof.
So be sure to stop in and say hello to the gang when you get to the Grand Sierra Resort.
See you there!
Director of Marketing
I am responsible for the marketing and branding of the EasyCare product line. I believe there is a great deal to be gained from the strategy of using booted protection for horses, no matter what the job you have for your equine partner.