Endurance And EasyCare

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The sport of endurance riding is only a small segment of all equestrian sports nationally and worldwide. Maybe 5% of all equestrians engage in endurance. Attending the AERC Annual Convention, one gets the feeling...

The Top Six Ways to Increase Your Chances of Losing Glue-On Boots

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If you want to see the time and resources invested in gluing Easyboot Glue-Ons litter the trail behind you, there are a few key modifications to our recommended protocol you'll need to undertake. These...

Reflecting on Redwood: Little Bit Goes Pro (and Leaves me for Another Woman)

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Submitted by Renee GonzalezIt’s hard to believe a year has passed since I had the opportunity to ride in the Redwood National Forest. 2010 is flying by and I feel like I’m pedaling fast...

Hand In Hand

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Lisa and I crossed the finish line at Tevis hand in hand for the third year in a row.  Although the results won’t show it, Cyclone and Fury tied for first place.  Lisa and...

American River 50. Where We Take Steps Backwards and Move Forward

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The ride started with beautiful views of Folsom Lake.As endurance riders, I think sometimes we are so focused on conditioning that we forget about *training* the horse. I’m guilty of this myself. As a...

Beautiful Biltmore with “Honor”

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Barbara Hershberger, Garrett Ford, Jeremy Reynolds, Heather Reynolds and Rachel Shackleford.  All riding Reynold horses.Beautiful Biltmore!  An event I will return to.I had the opportunity to ride the Biltmore Challenge Endurance Ride over the...

EasyCare Announces the 2015 Easyboot Elite Tevis Gluing Team

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We announced today the selections for the 2015 Easyboot Elite Tevis Gluing Team. Six individuals were chosen from more than 100 applicants from across the world. Together, they will take on the challenge of...

Team Easyboot Tackles the Wild Timber CTR

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Submitted by TeamEasyboot member Stacey MaloneyThe WildTimber CTR is an annual event held in the foothills of Alberta's Rocky Mountains in Western Canada. The terrain is challenging and technical with lots of hills, root...

Tevis 2016: Elite Gluing and Crewing

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There are many different ways we can experience a world class equestrian event: as a spectator, as a volunteer, as a competitor, and even for some, as a judge. I've been honored to experience...

Tevis 2015: Meet Easyboot Elite Team Member Jeremy Ortega

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Jeremy Ortega began trimming his own horses' feet in 2004, when his wife’s uncle, Hank Kuiper, a farrier from Colorado, came out and taught him. He met barefoot trimmer, Dave Fitton, a year later...