Burrito, the Mini Donkey

There are many of us equine lovers out there who wish we could live the life our equine friends do. From taking naps in the sun, nibbling on grass, kicking our heels up, and racing around our pen can look quite appealing compared to our busy human lifestyles. There are many horses, donkeys, and mules out there who are not so lucky to live a pampered life. Some of those who have had a harder life are able to find their way into the loving home of a rescue. Burrito the mini donkey is one of those lucky souls. 

He was rescued from a kill pen and since his arrival at Southern Hope Animal Rescue the helpful hands their along with their farrier and vet have been working hard to provide comfort for this foundered donkey. The solution until coming into contact with EasyCare, Inc. was to wrap the foot once a day in padding and duct tape. However when the rainy weather comes those bandages get soggy and need to be changed twice a day. I know many of our readers and customers can personally relate to that time consuming process. 

Recently, Easyboot Minis were suggested as an alternative for Burrito. After contacting the EasyCare Product Specialist Team and discovering the size he would need, he waited eagerly for his boots to arrive.

"They fit very well, even with his wedge flip flops in them," handler Janessa reported. These boots have allowed a lower maintenance plan for Burrito and a better situation for him in all types of weather. With only a few weeks into wearing the Easyboot Mini the rescue has seen great improvement in Burrito's condition.

Now Burrito is much more comfortable in his Easyboot Minis!

Who is Kelsey and why is she important?

My name is Kelsey Lobato and I just started my journey here at EasyCare Inc. I am excited to be a part of the EasyCare Product Specialist Team. Helping to provide fellow equine enthusiasts and competitors achieve a higher level of performance with their barefoot horses is something that I am proud to do. Whether it is out on the trail or discussions over the phone, I look forward to assisting horses and their human counterparts with EasyCare products. I also look forward to further educating individuals about barefoot practices.

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Art, Minor in Art History, and an Associates in Equine Studies from Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO. I was able to achieve my certification in Equine Studies with a full scholarship appointed by the director of Weasel Skin Ranch and Fort Lewis College Agriculture program. I studied, trained and worked at Weasel Skin Ranch, as well as worked and trained at Mountain High Ranch. Most, if not all, of the horses I have worked with are barefoot horses.

My Warrior Horse, Summer Flame at Cowboy Poetry Charity Ride Rapp Corral .

In my second week working at EasyCare Inc, I was given the opportunity to work with the Easyboot Glue-On shoe. Below are some pictures of our owner Garrett and I working together to get his horse Cyclone, fitted to his new Glue-On shells. Jumping right on in!

Prepping for the Glue-On.

After personally doing and seeing how the EasyCare Glue-Ons are applied, I can say that the most important thing is being consistent and precise with prep work on your horse's hooves, before gluing on the shoes. Taking your time to prep, being attentive to your horse and following the proper protocol is the best way to succeed at gluing on your horses new shoes.

I consider myself one of the lucky people in this world as someone who owns horses and is able to work with horse people from all different backgrounds. I have always been head over heels in love with horses. My mother use to go around telling folks that I was a kid twenty-five percent of the time and the other seventy-five percent was spent being a horse. Now as an adult, with the knowledge and career that I have gained through training my own horses, teaching lessons, working on ranches and continuing to grow in my passion and career, I can better access what each EasyCare customer will need for their horses.

“Let your dreams run wild and be brave enough to follow” –Aguas Caliente Apache 

Customizing the Easyboot Glove in Red and Blue.

Submitted by Jordan Junkerman

Put some color in your life!

At long last, summer is here, long last for us folks in Colorado at least, we were half way through May and last week we were still getting snow. I am ready for the sunshine, warmth, and riding of course! I decided to have a little fun while booting this summer and got a little creative.

With Memorial Day just past and July right around the corner I thought it would be fun to get creative with our Easyboot Glove in the red and blue shells. We have a lot to be thankful for in this country and top of the list is the great areas we have access to ride our horses!

I wanted to do something that would be useable for parades, gymkhanas, barrel races, or even down the trail. There are not many materials that are needed and they can be customized to your own creative though processes and trial and errors for what materials work best for you in your environment.

The most important materials of course would be the Easyboot Glove in red, blue, or both. The materials I used were a metallic silver marker and spray sealer. Optional materials include: white power straps, a white permanent market, stencils, stickers, or spray clear acrylic sealer.

I started out with a red boot and a blue boot. There are many great ways to create designs but I wanted to limit the supplies I used so I decided to free hand draw white stars on the blue boot and white stripes on the red boot. This will in a sense create the American Flag that your horse and be all star spangled out! A modification would be to color a flag on each individual boot. This would require red and blue makers as well.

I ended up using a metallic silver sharpie because white is harder to come by, I love the result. I used the silver permanent marker to apply them to the outside of the blue Easyboot Glove. I let that dry while I moved the painting stripes on the red boot. If you don’t let the marker dry properly you will get some bleeding when you spray on the acrylic.

Next I took out the clear acrylic sealer. I decided to try this method to ensure that the marker did not rub off in the mud or water. By spraying over the outside of the boot I will have a glossy finish and protected art work. This design won’t last forever but getting it to last more than a few rides was my goal.

In addition, there are several Glove boot users that prefer the older style Gaiter to it's most updated version. EasyCare been making improvements to the material so hopefully there are not many of you out there continuing to have difficulty. But purchasing one of the Easyboot Gloves in the red or blue does allow you to get that old style neoprene gaiter that you love so much as well as add some color to your rides!

The end result was some pretty star spangled boots! In Durango, Colorado we do a 4th of July Parade in our historic downtown. I don’t know that I will be confident enough to ride it with my 5 year old half Arabian this year but if so I will have protection on the road and both of us will be festively dressed to the max!

Which Mac Boot is the Mac Boot For You?

EasyCare strives to offer products that offer reliable, effective, and affordable hoof protection among diverse disciplines and for multiple purposes. In 2005, EasyCare purchased the Old Mac's product line and patents. The original Old Mac's boot had proven to be robust and successful, but Garrett Ford, President and Innovator of EasyCare products, identified room for improvement. The boot was soon revamped to create the Old Mac's G2 which offered better breakover, more effectual tread, reinforcements for added durability and a modified size chart to fit a more traditional shaped hoof.

Old Mac's and Old Mac's G2. Solar view demonstrates changes to tread and breakover.

An organizational trait that EasyCare has been known to implement is continuously making updates to products to yield better results for horse and rider. The Old Mac's G2 had proven itself to be an excellent multi-purpose boot, but because the boot did not have any replaceable parts and the Mac line-up of boots are all sold in pairs, it imposed an expensive obligation to replace them. It was decided that the boot needed a face lift with replaceable parts in order to better fulfill the requests of Mac boot users. The New Mac was introduced in 2015.

Although the boot offered the same sizing, several tweaks to the product had been made with the latest version of Mac boot. While many EasyCare customers were pleased with the changes, there still existed a group that preferred the more modest appearance of the Old Mac's G2. In addition, a group preferred the buckle enclosure around the heel bulbs to the industrial Velcro strap, particularly in very muddy environments. When customers speak, EasyCare listens. Back comes the Old Mac's G2!

EasyCare is now manufacturing both the New Mac and it's predecessor, the Old Mac's G2. Here is a breakdown of their differences so you may determine for yourself which of the Macs is the Mac for you:

In terms of functionality, the most notable difference is the closure across the back of the boot. In extreme muddy conditions, the buckle is often preferred. The leather strap and buckle can be a challenge to work with in very dry environments or extreme cold. This is wear the New Mac steps in with the industrial Velcro strap. While the Velcro strap is more user friendly, the Velcro is more susceptible to getting mud caught in the hook and loop material.

For more help on deciding the best Mac style boot for your use, please contact EasyCare. The team will be happy to offer more insight on particular boot features that apply to your specific needs. 

Mariah Reeves

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Customer Service

I am the Hoof Care Practitioner and Veterinarian Account Representative. My priority is to maintain expert knowledge of EasyCare products and remain educated in the ever-evolving industry of natural hoof care.

EasyCare Testers are Falling for the Love Child

An upcoming product in the pipeline at EasyCare is beginning its second round of testing to ensure a quality hoof protection device that bridges the gap between boots and shoes. It will be capable to be modified for custom applications, easy to glue, and reliable over all terrain. It’s stirring much excitement within the barefoot hoof care community and EasyCare is pleased with the results in its testing phases.

The EasyCare Love Child, Easyboot Glue-on, and the EasyShoe Performance. Photo credit: Rusty Toth.

Rusty Toth, talented barefoot trimmer and accomplished endurance rider, shares his thoughts on the preliminary product, which is presently referred to as the Love Child.
“Love Child/LC report: I'm simply in LOVE with this new shoe-boot merger. Coming on three weeks post application, many miles covered, numerous river crossings and lots of deep wet sand. Not a budge, holding strong and the tread will outlast the cycle. I'm thrilled, my new favorite! Thank you Garrett and EasyCare.”

Rusty using Artimud and Glue-U Shufill in this application of the Love Child.

The modifications that can be made to the Love Child apply to both performance and therapeutic uses. Sossity Gargiulo of Wild Hearts Hoof Care put her own creative spin on the product, pictured below. She also used Artimud putty to thwart off any microbial infection and dental impression material for additional solar support.

Mario and Sossity's glue applications are truly a work of art.

Daisy Bicking of Daisy Haven Farm is focused on hoof rehabilitation and uses several EasyCare products for unique therapeutic cases. Daisy is a farrier that primarily utilizes composite materials to treat and heal her horse clients. We are excited to have her on board to provide quality feedback. All of our testers out there contribute to a product that will help many horses in all disciplines, from stall to pasture to arena. 

Daisy's application of the Love Child presenting a modified breakover.

EasyCare does not yet have a date that this product will be ready for public sale. It is priority to make all necessary revisions to this product to ensure an A+ experience that EasyCare has been known to provide in the hoof care community. Stay tuned to our blog and Facebook for updates on the EasyCare Love Child. Interested in testing new and upcoming products? Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to be in the loop on new products and upcoming trials.

Winter Ice Studs for the Easyboot Therapy Line-Up

Submitted by Mariah Reeves, EasyCare Customer Service Representative

EasyCare offers several products that can be used for assisting the healing process of several hoof-related conditions. The winter endorses situations that can make treatment all the more challenging. As ice season approaches, the use of studs in therapeutic hoof boots is in demand. Before drilling into your boots at the first sign of slick, it’s important to know which therapy boots are compatible with which ice studs that EasyCare offers.

EasyCare Quick Studs and EasyCare Original Ice Studs.

The Easyboot Rx, a go-to therapy boot, is suggested for stall use or very small turn out only. The boot is designed to be lightweight and breathable, which means it is not built to withstand large turnout conditions. If studs are necessary for the environment in which your horse wears the Rx, both the EasyCare Original Studs and the EasyCare Quick Studs may be used. However, it is important to monitor the Original Ice Studs as there is a small chance that the stud may migrate proximally within the boot. This could cause pressure to the sole if it goes unnoticed. Precautionary tip: The Rx boots include a 6mm Comfort Pad; after installing the studs, it’s a good idea to replace the Comfort Pad back into the boot to serve as a safeguard between the stud and the sole of the hoof. Sizes 00-4 take the 3/4" Original Ice Studs and size 5 and up take the 1" Original Ice Studs.

The Easyboot Transition, Easyboot Cloud, and Easyboot Rx.

The Easyboot Transition bridges the gap between a therapy boot and a pleasure riding boot. It offers durability that can hold up for light riding and a dual density sole that provides shock absorption and cushioning qualities. Because the Easyboot Transition presents a dual density sole, it is not recommended to use a stud that compromises it. Only the EasyCare Quick Studs are suggested for this particular boot style.

The Easyboot Cloud is the latest and greatest therapy hoof boot on the market. The Cloud is robust, yet comfortable and supportive. The Cloud Pad material compresses like memory foam and is designed to compress in a proportional relationship to the weight of the horse. The durability of the Easyboot Cloud allows the EasyCare Original Ice Studs or the EasyCare Quick Studs. Cloud sizes up to size 4 utilize the 3/4" Original Ice Studs. Sizes 5 and up take 1" Original Ice Studs. As a reminder, the Cloud is not intended to be used for riding purposes.

The Easyboot Zip and EasySoaker are not recommended for use with studs. For permanent traction, support and protection, check out Daisy's blog, "Have Ice, EasyShoes with Studs!".

Photo credit: Hank Blum

Using boots through the melting season will offer reassurance that your horse has adequate traction and support over the hard ground. Boots will eliminate balling up of snow in the sole and provide cushion until the Spring returns. Contact EasyCare to further discuss the best hoof boot option for your and your horse’s needs. 

Stuff that Stocking!

Submitted by Rebecca Robbins, EasyCare Customer Service Representative

It’s time for that song, “You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen, you know Comet and Cupid and Donner and Blitzen, but do you re-call, the most famous reindeer of all…

In order to do a long trek around the globe, those Reindeer needed healthy foot care and the right equipment! Don’t forget to help out your horse lover in need with stocking stuffers from EasyCare, Inc! We have a great variety from hoof picks, stowaway bags, rasps to everyday boot needs!

A robust wire brush on one end, with an ergonomically designed   wooden handle and integrated steel hoof pick at the other end.   Two tools in one.

 

A robust wire brush on one end, with an ergonomically designed wooden handle and integrated steel hoof pick at the other end. Two tools in one.

 

 

 

 

Our Stowaway line is the most advanced innovation in “no-bounce” saddle pack design. Maximum storage with minimum bulk, these packs will work for every riding style. Several compartments allow for better organization and quick, easy access to what you need when you need it. Superior fabric and heavy-duty adjustment systems make these packs the most durable, user- friendly pack you'll ever own.

 

 

 

 

The Save Edge 14" rasp has been the industry standard for many years. It is famous because of unmatched sharpness and longevity. It is a top choice of professional farriers and anyone who does their own trimming. Rasp teeth on one side, file on the other. Handles available in white, black, blue and red (sold separately).

 

 

 

 

Nitrile Tough. Fits like a second skin, Wears like Iron! These gloves are the result of years of research and development; ergonomically shaped, knitted without seams, flexible, durable, and comfortable. A breathable nylon liner coated with a tough Nitrile layer gives you all the protection you need! Machine washable

 

 

 

 

Don’t forget! In order for those Horses to handle those icy conditions like Santa’s Reindeer, we have a large variety of Boots that can be used with Quick studs to handle those icy conditions! Keep in mind boot style matters when it comes to this added level of traction!

 

EasyCare Horse Boot Studs (set of 4) Length is 3/4" Use in up to size 4 for Easyboot, Epic, Glove and Back Country style boots

 

 

 

EasyCare Horse Boot Studs (set of 4) These Studs are 1" long to fit Easyboot and Epic sizes 5, 6 and 7, and all sizes of New Mac and Easyboot Trail boots                 

 

 

 

 

Quick Studs for hoof boots and urethane shoes.

 

 

 

EasyCare and its team wish you a very Merry Christmas!

Competitor Hoof Boot Upgrade Program

Do you own a hoof boot that doesn't fit your current horse?  Do you have a hoof boot that is ready to be retired?  Don't throw it out!  Send it in and get an EasyCare hoof boot at half price.

EasyCare has a Hoof Boot Upgrade Program that allows hoof boot users to send in non-EasyCare hoof boots in exchange for an EasyCare hoof boot model.  The program has been successful because it allows consumers to send in a boot that may not fit their horse correctly, isn't working on their specific horse, or is just worn out.  It is our goal to get your horse in quality hoof boots that will help make your riding experience exceptional. 

The exchanged boots are then listed on ebay at a cheap price and sold as a complete lot.  

The current ebay selection has the following boots:

  • 53 pcs    Cavallo
  • 25 pcs    Renegade
  • 10 pcs    Davis
  • 9 pcs      Hoof Wing
  • 2 pcs      Soft Ride
  • 1 pc        Marquis

Cavallo

Renegade

Davis

Hoofwing

Soft Ride

Marquis

All boots are in various sizes and different conditions.  Some are slightly used and others more used.  This is a great opportunity for a horse rescue or barefoot trimming school. Shipping weight is roughly 100 lbs.  Winning bidder pays shipping via ground transport.

If you have questions about our Hoof Boot Upgrade program please feel free to give us a call.  Our customer service team is here to answer your questions and help get your horse into the right boots.

Take a Chance and Flippin Run With It

Submitted by Devan Mills, EasyCare Customer Service Representative

One of the great things about working for EasyCare is that I have the opportunity to use and experiment with all of the products. By doing this, it allows me to give better guidance to anyone who may call-in looking to use EasyCare products in a nontraditional way. With all of our products we do hours, months, even years of testing to perfect them, however, as anyone involved with horses knows there are countless disciplines. As much as we would like to test every one of our products for every discipline it just cannot happen, and that is where a little commonsense and my experimentation comes in. By just looking at some of our boots and shoes you can tell they will not work. This is where the commonsense part happens. For example, using the EasySoaker on a trail ride, it’s not going to work. Unless you are taking it to use as a bucket or cup. Then go for it, it will work for that! Or trying to use the Easyboot Trail to condition a Race Horse. If you are conditioning that race horse by trail riding, this is absolutely an option. However, if you are conditioning him at Churchill Downs in Trails you may need your noggin checked.

All of us at EasyCare have come from different horse backgrounds which allows for us to bounce ideas back and forth or even ask what certain terminology means. I was lucky enough to grow up around horses and have had the opportunity to dabble in quite a few different areas. The majority of that, has been Western or stock type horses, cow horses, barrel racing, roping, ranch horses and the list goes on. The western world, while wide-ranging, I believe tends to be very traditional. Many things have been done the same exact way for hundreds of years. I love tradition and treasure it, but I also believe there has to be progression. At least one person will jump out of the box and try something new. It may work or it may not, but at least someone tried. Whether that progression is in nutrition, training, rehabilitation, health, or hoof care, I believe taking chances in moderation, can most certainly be worth it.

We have had quite a few people curious if you can barrel race in any of our products, especially with the release of the Flip Flop and the increased popularity of the EasyShoes. That curiosity is sparked by many different reasons but I believe the top three are: 1. Owners looking for another option, 2. Referral from a friend or farrier and/or 3. The horse will not hold a traditional steel shoe. Since I barrel race, these inquiries are passed my way and I truly enjoy helping to find a solution. This also sparks my interest in trying different things on my horse. Just so this is known: I am not a farrier, trimmer or hoof care professional. I do have access to great resources that allow me to confidently try these products on my horses. Acknowledge I know my horses well, I know the products well and I do my research by reading different articles, blogs and listening to feed back. I am also not a professional barrel racer, horse trainer or anything like that, nor do I claim to be. I am a weekend warrior barrel racer at best. I do not venture far from home, typically compete in open 4D barrel races as well as open rodeo’s that are within a short driving distance. My horse on the other hand is nicer than I deserve, when everything is clicking she will make a 1D run and when I am being a terrible jockey she clocks in the 2 or 3D. If this whole “D” business is making absolutely no sense click here to better understand the D system that is used in barrel racing.

Ok enough of my banter, I am sure the suspense is killing everyone as to what I took a chance on. There were two items or procedures I ended up testing out. I had toyed with the idea most of the summer to run my horse in the Flip Flop and finally took that chance. I applied Flip Flops on her hind feet and modified Glue-On shells on her fronts along with modifying the gluing process for the front Glue-On's. I followed all of the gluing protocol for gluing the Flip Flops but did not add the optional pour-in pad. I had used the Equipak Soft when previously using the Flip Flops but wanted to see how my mare would do without the pad. The reason I did not use the Flip Flop all the way around is because I did not have the size she needed on hand for her fronts. I can without a doubt say that the Flip Flop can be used for barrel racing. She had plenty of traction and worked awesome which told me she was feeling good. We also were a 10th of a second faster than our previous run, made in the same arena on the same pattern. I know a 10th does not seem like much, but in any speed event it is. I also believe that she was just as comfortable without a pour in pad as she would have been with a pour in pad. The need of a pad really depends on the individual horse. I would not hesitate at all to make a run with the Flip Flops on her fronts as well. Next spring with out a doubt that is what she will have on all four. I can understand potential users concern as to the horse over reaching and possible pulling of the Flip Flop or tripping them self, it is always a possibility that a horse can over reach with a boot, a steel shoe, Glue on shoe, and yes even a bare foot horse. The Flip Flop is no different, since it is trimmed to fit it actually might be a better option for those horses that over reach since you can trim it to the exact length needed. If you are on the fence about using the Flip Flop for any event, I say go for it! This product is much more versatile than users first tend to believe and in my opinion can be used in just about any situation. It is also a great choice for someone that wants to try gluing for the first time because of how easy and successful the application process is.

The modification I made to the Glue-On was cutting holes out of the sole. I elected to use the modified Glue-On shells on her fronts for added traction. This modification would make the Glue-On similar to a rim shoe. I used a past blog as guidance for putting a hole in the Glue-on written by Christoph Schork. The major risk I took was gluing the shells on with only Sikaflex, I have talked to quite a few people that were wondering if it was indeed possible. I had success on two different occasions gluing the shells with the sole cut out with only Sikaflex. I did prep the hoof the same as I would if I were going to use Vettec Adhere. I did use more Sikaflex then I would if using Adhere as well, making sure to completely cover the base of the boot that was still intact and then also adding Sikaflex up the wall of the Glue-On. When applying the Glue-On to her hoof, I made sure to have my rubber mallet handy and was diligent in making sure the hoof was seated well in the boot. I then put her foot into the plastic sack that the shell came in and put an Rx boot on, this was to insure that the shell would say in place until the Sikaflex was somewhat set.

She hung out with all of this on her feet for most of the day either tied up or in a small turn out. One could also leave the Gaiter attached overnight and then remove the Gaiter once the Sikaflex is set, one of our team EasyBoot members shared how to use Sikaflex with the Gloves and then remove the gaiter. Gluing with only Sikaflex is not something you would want to do if you are going out on a long ride, unless you were to have an extra boot handy. Since my trailer was right there and I have everything I would need to reapply a Glue-On or just put one of my Gloves on I was not concerned with the possibility of losing a Glue-On. When I went to remove the Glue-On's that I only had used Sikaflex they were very secure on the hoof, very similar to when I apply them with Vettec Adhere. The first time I used Sikaflex only to glue, I left the shells on for 3 days, the second application I left them on for over 6 days (secretly hoping they would fall off), they did not fall off I ended up have to pull them, and they were undeniably glued well and not going to be falling off anytime soon.

I would love to be able to run my horse barefoot but after attempting to last summer and seeing what I was up against with the conditions outside of the arena I came to the conclusion she is not a great candidate to be left bare all the time and needs protection when we are coming in and out of the arena where I am likely to be on anything from grass to asphalt. Being able to experiment with our different products has been and will be a way for me to better help anyone looking for that other option with their horse. Keep in mind I have a lot of great resources at my fingertips along with the products, this allows me to take a chance with much less risk involved than if our customers were to try the same things. If you are in doubt about doing something off the beaten path with one of our products give us a call, we will do our best to answer any questions, tell you it won’t work or get you in contact with someone that will have answers you are looking for. For success with any EasyCare product we always recommend to follow our application guidelines. We have a plethora of detailed, videos, print outs and blogs to help guide users through the application of each product that we are constantly updating. If you are wanting to try a product in a situation that you are not positive it will work contact us we are more than happy to speak with you about it. I would only recommend to experiment and modify if you have time, resources and an open mind. The first time I experiment or modify anything it is always with a used item that I am not concerned about losing or ruining, this is a great second life for my pile of stinky, torn up, worn out boots.

SOS August 2016: All You Need to Know About the New Comfort Pads

Let's cut to the chase. You all know Comfort Pads in hoof boots yield big results. Utilizing Comfort Pads in boots provides relief from hoof maladies and encourages correct movement. This small addition can make a big difference to a horse by providing solar support, eliminating peripheral loading and vibration while increasing blood profusion within the hoof. With so many great benefits what's not to love about them? 

If you haven't noticed, EasyCare has given these little wonders a bit of a makeover. 

The older style pads had lines printed on each side-each corresponding to a different boot model. The trouble was that even with four different shapes in each thickness and each density, there were still models and sizes of boots that didn't jive with the templates stamped on the pads.

The new style has a universal fit and is not stamped with any lines. Any one of them can be cut to fit any of the 129 possible shapes of boot. No more guessing which style or which size to order. All you need to know is what density and which of the two thicknesses you'd like. Instead of selecting one of 24 different pads, you only have to choose between six.

So basically, you can fit more boots with less pads. Simple!

You will also notice a difference in the feel. They are still made from the great EVA material you have come to know and love but now they are now closed-cell making them better for keeping moisture and bacterial levels down. 

The best way to size the pads is to trace the hoof directly onto the pad and then cut it out. Of course, since you don't always have the horse at your disposal sometimes using a template is better. Here is an oldie but goodie that is more relevant now that ever; Debbie shows how to make your own set of sturdy reusable comfort pad templates. Spend a little time making yourself this handy tool and never make a mistake cutting pads again!

 

Debbie Schwiebert 800-447-8836 ext. 2224 dschwiebert@easycareinc.com

Rebecca Balboni 800-447-8836 ext. 2232 rbalboni@easycareinc.com

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