Thinking Glue – Outside the Box of Equine Podiatry

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Submitted by Chris Niclas CJF, CLS and owner of Chris’ Farrier Service Inc.There have been many changes in the hoof-care industry over the last 25 years. One of the changes I have come to...

My First Gluing: A Two Person Job

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Last week, I had the wonderful opportunity to learn how to glue on boots courtesy of Rusty Toth. This was an amazing learning experience and although I was familiar with the gluing protocol, there really...

Hoof Wall Separation- How to Keep A Horse Going with an Easyboot Glue-On Shell

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Have you ever had to deal with hoof wall separation? It can be upsetting and frustrating to watch your horse's hooves literally come apart at the seam.Andrew Bowe, a Master Farrier of barefoothoofcare.com, has...

Demystifying Glue Options for EasyShoes and Easyboot Glue-Ons

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I greet you today to demystify your choices of glue for applying the EasyShoe and Easyboot Glue-On.EasyShoe Compete applied with EasyShoe Bond Fast Set by Derick Vaughn 1. EasyShoe Bond Fast SetDesigned for use with...

Keeping the Old Feeling Young

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Written by Augusta Mae Watt of AMW Equine Services, LLC A huge benefit of the EasyShoe Versa Grip Glue is that it can be applied with the horse standing on all four feet. This is...

Glu-Tech Seminar – A Broad Spectrum of Gluing Techniques

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I had the honor of attending the Glu-Tech seminar on November 14 & 15, 2013 at the Ocala Breeder's Sales Center in Florida. The event was hosted by International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame inductee,...

The Best Laid Plans

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Submitted by Lysane Cree, Team Easyboot 2012 Member2012 was the ride season that I was going to attempt my first 100 mile ride with my Paint mare Mae West Holliday, as well as attempt...

Easyboot Gluing Tips and Tricks for Wet and Cold Weather Conditions

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The 2011 Tevis Cup 100 Mile Horse Race is days away.  The EasyCare staff will be helping many of the horses competing in the event with Easyboot Glue-On boot installation during the week of...

Best Practice: What Glue Work Works?

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In the horse world there are “ways to do things”. Some of of these things we do because it is grounded in science and based on research and objective information.  Other things we do,...

Part 2 of Triple Crown (In Which Fergus Gets Boots Glued to His Feet)

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Fergus' scalped heel - perfect timing meant that it had grown down so his weight-bearing heel buttress was effectively 3/4" square by the time the NASTR 75 endurance ride rolled around. <sigh>In late May...