Barefoot Trimming Saves Many Rescue Horses

Support your local horse rescue to benefit Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary coming up on March 6, 2010 at Brandi Fenton Memorial Park, 3482 E. River Road, Tucson, Az. Event will be held from 11:30 A.M to 3:30 P.M.

Natural horse care and barefoot trimming are some of the ways to help with any horse hoof problems that come with the rescued horses. The transition period for the rescues can be immediate and sometimes takes some time. EasyCare has in past years donated Easyboot Soaker boots to help that transition take place and get the much needed relief to the newly barefoot hoof. Hoof pads work very well inside of the Soaker boots also to give relief as the majority of rescues have had poor to none at all horse hoof trimming and hoof care. 

One of EasyCare's TeamEasyboot members, Jean Welch, is actually a trimmer/ranch manager at Equine Voices and personally uses our Easyboot Epics on her own horses. She knows first hand at the value of using protective horse boots on bare hooves. She is very dedicated to making the barefoot hoof work for all of the residents ( the horses ) at the rescue. She recently told me that "with the recent rains that we have been experiencing here in Arizona, the Soakers are definitely making the difference between hoof problems and healthy hooves". Keep up the great work Jean.....these horses need dedicated people like yourself to help keep them sound.

Check out the benefit event and help make a difference for these horses!


              
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Posted by Marcie Mendoza and Nancy Fredrick
 
 

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