4 EasyShoes, 3 Weeks, 2 CTRs

Submitted by Stacey Maloney, Team Easyboot 2015 Member   In the middle of July I took on the task of applying EasyShoe Performance to my Competitive Trail mare for our upcoming CTR's.  Last year I had an experienced gluer...

EasyShoe Sport Maxed Out

Submitted by Tennessee Lane, Team Easyboot 2015 Member "The only way to know how strong you are, is to keep testing your limits." - Man of Steel Back in the lab, we would always do a...

The Horse That Wasn’t Allowed To Race Update – Progresses From ‘Not Allowed’ to...

In August 2011 EasyCare was tinkering with a glue-on race shoe and was running into road blocks.  We purchased a horse named Clunk and started the long process of racing an Arabian on the...

Nailing EasyShoes: It’s a Clinch

This blog is not intended to teach you how to nail without hands-on instruction and is intended for hoof care practiotioners who wish to expand their practice into nailing composite shoes. Unless you are...

What Are Easy Shoes and Why Would I Want Them?

Submitted by Ashley Gasky, Team Easyboot 2014 Member I have been lucky enough to provide several demonstrations to the public regarding EasyShoes. Some common questions are "How, what and why?" EasyShoes are composite polyurethane horse shoes designed to...

Some Girls Like Jimmy Choo, We Like EasyShoe!

You may remember my blog on hoof mapping on my own horse. Several months later those flat pancakey Percheron/TB  feet are finally tight enough to fit into the size 5 EasyShoe Performance with a...

Success with the EasyShoe Sport, More Than a CrossOver

Submitted by Tennessee Lane, Team Easyboot 2014 Member Let it be known: the EasyShoe Sport has proven itself. Tennessee Lane on Moxy take 1st and Best Condition at the Black Hills 100 wearing the EasyShoe Sport. This...

Testing Hoof Wear in the North Cascades

Submitted by Ruthie Thompson-Klein​, Equine Balance Hoof Care  After conditioning rides around our Washington San Juan Islands’ gentle road and forest trails, three of my clients and adventure-mates and I set out for some serious riding...

Team Easyboot Tackles the Wild Timber CTR

Submitted by TeamEasyboot member Stacey Maloney The 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...

Old Dogs & New Tricks

I have over 9,000 miles of successful endurance riding over the past 30+ years. My AERC number is 176. I have always used metal shoes and had Easyboots or Gloves for emergencies only. I...

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