Postal Hoof Protection

Submitted by Mari Ural, Team Easyboot 2016 Member

"Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night" will stay this boot...they deliver!  Easyboot Glue-Ons kept old and new riders heading down the trail at the Virgin Outlaw five day ride.  We had rain, which turned to snow and a blizzard.  It was complete with plenty of mud in the first days and beautiful sunshine on the last days the horses took to the trail.

 

Quest passed his 7,000 mile mark (thank you again EasyCare!) and introduced Dana Landale's new girl Tika to her first 50.  She liked it so much she did two more 50's during the week!  Another newby was 15 year old McKell Rex, the granddaughter of J.B. Rex, endurance rider, farrier and EasyCare representative.  She had a great time on her first 50 atop her grandpa's 18 year old Arabian, Red.

Tika's first 50 and she had a snow storm, mud and wrangling cattle down the trail.  McKell's first 50 and she got to go up Thunder Mountain, which started by crossing an itsy bitsy ridge line.  A fine rider and horse, no flinches were witnessed. McKell and new horse Tika had already traveled through the wilderness of Hancock and Casto Canyon in the morning hours, so this rocky ledge trail was a piece of cake for them in their Glue-Ons.

A wonderful time was had by all and the boots never failed. Thanks to super photographer Steve Bradley and his death defying adventures to find great photo shots.


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