Glove Me!

In 2009 when the Easyboot Glove was introduced, we knew it was going to be a special product. The Glove is without a doubt the best hoof boot in the world. No moving parts,...

Design of the Week

This week's post from the EasyCare Graphic Design Department shows a finished product. Previous posts have featured photos or parts of designs, but this week I wanted to share a finished design. This is a...

Practicing What You Want to Do

Submitted by Gene Limlaw It's funny how we can go from really nice footing here to really not so nice. The weather has been beautiful sunny days which has made things pretty dry and the...

Basin Ride Report

Submitted by John Haeberle Memorial Day weekend for our family was spent in Basin, Wyoming and the Wyoming Ride, and it was a great chance to get out and showcase the EasyBoot Glue-Ons, trudging through...

A Transition Indeed: Aware and Engaged

Building on Reputation Back in the day, Easyboots were used in times of significant need or by riders whose signature was to ride cautiously and safely to the finish line. The same is still true today,...

Question of the Week – Epic Gaiters Tearing

Has This Happened to You? You just purchased a pair of Easyboot Epics and took them out for your first ride and the gaiter ripped. The main reason for gaiters to rip like this is because the...

Chicken Chase 2010

April 16 was the running of the 20th Anniversary of the Chicken Chase at the Clark State Forest.  It was also the anniversary of our first ill-fated run at that ride in 2009 which...

Importance of the Heel First Landing

The website Barefoot for Soundness has so much great information on barefoot trimming and care. They stress natural hoof trimming and using protective horse boots to aid the hooves after the transition to barefoot....

Just Happy

I am an average endurance rider, not top ten, but I love the sport. Last year I decided to let my horse go barefoot. She has been transitioning and being ridden bare since January....

The Old Post Road, Norway

Talk about some steep climbs and wild nature. Here is Prins, one of the world's most seldom breeds, a North Country Horse (Nordlandshest) and Kjetil, (front) from Iceland, both well on their way to...

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