Then and Now

This last year has been a huge year for me in natural horse care and natural hoof trimming. While I have trimmed my horses for the past several years, I haven't had to deal...

Loving the boots…

We did 24 miles over the weekend, we have mostly dirt roads to ride on for now, but we found a little trail yesterday. Still covered with quite deep snow and/or deep mud, it...

Miss Bear Cat Wins in Easyboots

Martin Todt with his pride and joy Miss Kitty tells us of his great experiences  once he began practicing natural hoof care and started using protective horse boots. Soon after I purchased Miss Bear Cat...

Hoof Boot Users Play Together at the Annual AERC Convention

“Easyboots aren’t what they used to be.” I think it’s true and I heard this comment more than a few times over the course of the three days at the annual AERC Convention last...

Hoof Boots and Horse Farriers

The American Farrier's Journal just ran a nice article on hoof boots.   The article looks at the changes in the hoof boot world and gathered horse boot information/perceptions from many hoof-care professionals around...

Mountain Goats Ain’t Got Nothin’ On A Glove Booted Equine

This Hoof care practitioner Asa Nuttal sent me this fantastic shot of her and her horse Sirocco putting the Easyboot Gloves through the paces.  She and her horse enjoyed some seriously rough terrain safe and secure...

Epics on the Trail

Here's our group out on a Saturday afternoon in beautiful southern Arizona looking for some stray steers. My QH/TB I call "Big" travels in Epics wherever he goes. When I purchased him a couple of years...

What a year for the Easyboot Glove and Barefoot Horses!

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Good Enough to Eat

One of our customers, Linda Laveway, bought some new protective horse boots for her horse Clint. Clint decided he loved his new Easyboot Epics so much that he tried to eat them!   Linda only left him turned out...

Cutt’n in Gloves

My mare went lame in cutting training before I bought her and then was used as a broodmare. She wore shoes, pads, wedge's and still wasn't sound. Two years down our barefoot transition road...

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