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...

Shoe A Horse With Super Glue

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Believe it or not, super glue will hold a horse shoe for a 6-8 week trim cycle!  I personally didn't believe it at first, but I started playing with some of the glue-on tab...

Before and After Hoof Results Using the EasyShoe Flex

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By Daisy Bicking of Daisy Haven FarmWatching and reading about the latest innovations from EasyCare Inc. is always exciting and the release of the final product full of eager anticipation. Now that the EasyShoe...

What’s the Difference?

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Shoeing a horse versus going barefoot has probably been an ongoing argument since the first day a horse sandal was made by braiding dry grasses together. It’s quite common to be skeptical of innovation....

Heel Wedging with EasyShoes is Easy

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 One of the most exciting aspects of glue and composite shoes for me is the ability to add foot where I need it, when I need it, especially when I can't achieve what I...

3 Ways to Treat Navicular/Heel Pain Using the Easyboot Glue-On

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By Jon Smedley of Trim and TrainThere seems to be a lot of discussion surrounding the condition of navicular/heel pain. What exactly is it, and what qualifies as a diagnosis? Regardless of that discussion,...

3 Tips for Successfully Using the EasyShoe Flex Clips

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Think about this for a moment - horses are shod statically for when they are in dynamic motion. It seems incredible that we shoe a horse standing for when he is moving. It's a...

Composite Glue-On Shoe Package with Casting

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Written by Alicia Harlov from The Humble Hoof in South Hamilton, MAMy business is nearly all barefoot rehabilitation with the use of boots and pads. I also work with the owner on changing the horse's...

In Love With The Love Child

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When working with glue and composite shoes, there are a variety of factors that impact which shoe you might choose. Some of those factors include the horse's job, the type of support/mechanics/protection/traction the horse...

RB Kindle: When Hoof Care Gets Personal

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All horses – not just the great ones – deserve the opportunity to have good feet. If your horse has underrun heels, long toes, and challenging feet, don't despair. You are not stuck with...