Week 5 Photo Contest Winner

Congratulations to Christine Barch for winning our photo contest this week! Christine submitted this Halloween-themed photo of herself and her horse at the Massachusetts Horse Benefit Trail Ride in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, on October 26, 2019. Christine is...

If the (Mini) Shoe Fits

We'd like to introduce Victoria Nodiff-Netanel, the President and Executive Director of Mini Therapy Horses in Calabasas, California. Mini Therapy Horses is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. The mini horses in this program visit over...

Week 3 Photo Contest Winner

Congratulations to Shane Weigand for winning our photo contest this week! Shane submitted this incredibly unique photo of herself and her burro competing in a pack burro race while sporting some Easyboot Epics. Shane's cream-white donkey, Julia,...

Reduce, Reuse, Re-Ride!

EasyCare is introducing a Certified Used Hoof Boot program that will allow our customers to purchase lightly used hoof boots that are still in great condition. These boots will have no functional defects, but...

Week 2 Photo Contest Winner

Congratulations to Ruth Luedtke for winning our photo contest this week! Ruth submitted this gorgeous photo of her Shetland, Dusty, sporting four Easyboot Epics out on the trail. Dusty wears Size 00 Epics on his front...

Photo Contest Winner of the Week

Congratulations to Kris Dawson for winning our photo contest this week! Kris submitted this gorgeous photo of her Friesian cross, Hondo, sporting four Easyboot Epics out on the trail. Kris loves her Easyboot Epics because of how...

The Development of the Easyboot

Dr. Neel Glass was the man behind the world's first Easyboot in 1969. It's hard to believe that was 50 years ago now!   Dr. Glass wanted to help a beloved family horse suffering from navicular...

Which Therapy Boot is Right for You?

By Katie Johanson, EasyCare Product Specialist Team Member It can be a devastating experience when your horse becomes lame, and it usually marks the beginning of a long, arduous road to recovery before soundness is...

What’s the Difference?

Shoeing a horse versus going barefoot has probably been an ongoing argument since the first day a horse sandal was made by braiding dry grasses together. It’s quite common to be skeptical of innovation....

RB Kindle: When Hoof Care Gets Personal

All horses – not just the great ones – deserve the opportunity to have good feet. If your horse has underrun heels, long toes, and challenging feet, don't despair. You are not stuck with...

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