Some things you need to take into consideration are as follows:
- Is your horse freshly barefoot?
- What kind of terrain do you ride on?
- How often do you ride?
- How tough are your horse's hooves?
You know your horse best and you are the best person to can make decisions for him. It definitely won't hurt to use boots like the Easyboot Glove or Epic on all four hooves but it won't hurt to start with the fronts and see if you eventually need the backs.
If you are going on a trip with unfamiliar terrain or plan to use your horse more then usual then it would probably be wise to boot all fours. Like us, their feet need to toughen up before we can do more than we are used to.
You will probably speak with me if you call the EasyCare office to make a purchase or if you need help with one of our products. I am proud to work for a company dedicated to the health and well being of our equine partners.