No Metal Here

We began to have mechanical issues in three of our six horses In 2009. Our farrier was injured in a tree-cutting accident and I couldn't get anyone to come and tend to our horses feet. So I pulled the shoes and turned them out barefoot. I found a man who came and rasped them twice and we continued to ride barefooted.

In the fall of 2010, I met the greatest person I know for my horses: Suzanne Warsinsky. Suzanne had a few clients near our farm and she came highly recommended as a hoof care professional. After a few vistis and getting our horses' toes back to where they should be we, fitted each horse with their own set of boots. Since our horses have been metal shoe free for two years, all of our mechanical issues have disappeared.

We bought our first pair of Easyboots in 1993 or 1994 and we're still using that set. We also have three pairs of the Easyboot Edge; one pair of the Easyboot Rx; and five assorted size Original Easyboots.
We love our Easyboots.

City: Pine Grove, West Virginia, USA
Equine Discipline: Trail
Favorite Boot: Easyboot Edge
 


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