Chance, so named because now he has one, came to his owners in November unable to walk.  A farrier had reverse shod his front hooves, disguising the penetrated coffin bones, but not completely disguising the pain this horse was in.  He was only 10 years old and euthanasia was everyone’s diagnosis.

After pulling his shoes and following a complete protocol of a healthy, forage based diet, proper living conditions and a regular natural balance trimming routine, Chance can now dance!

This is another example of how transitioning from shod to barefoot involves more than just pulling shoes.  EasyCare hoof boots are as important to the transitioning process as diet and a good natural hoof care specialist.


Shari Murray


Customer Service

If you call the customer service help desk, you’ll probably get me on the phone! I process repairs, returns, credits and exchanges that come into EasyCare.