Gluing. Simplified.

Gluing boots is probably the biggest concern I hear from friends and acquaintances wherever I go. While there are plenty of ways gluing can turn into a disaster, there are a few simple steps...

Reading The Boots

After the gluing of Easyboots to the hooves, the question in our minds is often: "How well did I do the job?". Then we wonder, or worry, for a while. Unfortunately, often we do...

Week 4 Photo Contest Winner

Congratulations to Sanoma Blakeley for winning our photo contest this week! Sanoma submitted this photo of herself on her purebred Arab gelding, RA Ares Bay (also known as Goobs), at mile 70 of the Tevis...

The EasyShoe FLEX In Action

Lately a lot of time and energy has been invested by the EasyCare staff  in the the improvement and testing of the new EasyShoe FLEX. In my February blog about the new FLEX, At...

Which Shoe is Right for You?

EasyCare currently offers nine different styles of the EasyShoe. It's understandable that choosing the right one for you and your horse can be a little overwhelming when you're faced with so many choices. We thought...

Removing Easyboot Glue-Ons After Tevis 2011

Bernd Jung from Hufcheck in Germany recently spent ten days with the EasyCare staff at our R&D location in Colorado. He came to help take photos as part of our 2012 photo shoot. While...

Hole In The Boot

The Easyboot Glue-Ons are certainly a marvelous invention. From the beginning we had a great product, but we had to learn how to use them properly and how to apply them correctly so they...

Phase 2: Mission Flunked

One of the reasons I was so proud that Uno completed the NASTR Triple Crown (a 50 miler in the spring, 75 in the summer, 100 in the fall) in 2010 is that it...
EasyShoe Flex

Gluing The Cosmopolitan of Composites

For clarification, we aren’t referring to the women’s magazine or the cocktail. By definition, cosmopolitan means “at home all over the world”. If ever there were a more fitting shoe for the word, it’s without...

Endurance Horses Are Idiots. Seriously.

If I have learned anything throughout the years I have done endurance, it is that endurance horses tend to have a specialized sixth sense to determine when an endurance ride is nearing, and even...

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