Modifying EasyShoes for Leverage Management

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How to use glue and composite shoes 101:Study the materials and hoof preparation steps   Gather the necessary materials and tools Select the best shoe size for the foot in front of you Apply the shoe and...

Fergus Doesn’t Do Rides of March

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This was supposed to be an excited entry detailing Fergus (my husband, Patrick's horse) and my visit over the mountains to NV to do our 50 miler together. Instead, by Friday afternoon when we...

The Hybrid Experiments Part 1

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The following is an account of an experiment conducted by your average endurance rider using Easycare products. This may or may not be new information to anyone.What I like about Glue-On Easyboots I have found...

Frustoconical

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Frustoconical: having the shape of a frustum of a cone. The similar shapes of a frustum cone and a hoof.  The hoof is most often narrower at the hairline than the base. In a recent...

Summer 2011 Sneak Peek

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By now everyone has probably heard that EasyCare has a new wide Glove boot coming in the Summer of 2011 - you want it - you got it , so bust a move! (sorry I got carried...

EasyShoe Clinic Provides Hands-On Learning

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Last month, I had the privilege of attending an EasyShoe Clinic at Arroyo Del Mar, an outstanding facility in Southern California run by Steffen and Shannon Peters. Shannon was a gracious host and has her...

An Adventure in Glue-Ons

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I have made my Easyboot Epic love affair known. I have successfully infiltrated a southern Louisiana racehorse training center and sprinkled Epics throughout the grounds, from Barn D where they can be found in...

Glue-On Tips

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This past weekend I put my new hoof boot gluing skills to the test. I was to glue boots on my own horse without anyone's help right before the La Cienigas Endurance Ride. In the...

Add Cushioning to the EasyShoe Flex to Go the Distance

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In "How to Nail the EasyShoe Flex Light to Go the Distance," I explained step-by-step how to nail on the Flex. In this follow up blog, I'm going to explore the option of filling...

What You Shouldn’t Do, That I Did, And It Still Worked!

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There are many things that I tell new riders to our sport of endurance that you shouldn't do: don't over-condition your horse as they need time to rest between rides; don't feed lots of...