Making a Difference with the Easyboot Rx

EasyCare dealer and natural hoof care provider, Suzanne Warsinsky of Appalachian Hoof care  recently gave us this great feedback on the Easyboot Rx. At the pre-purchase exam in September 2010, radiographs showed Charlie, a nine year old Quarter Horse had a slightly...

Peggy’s Perfect Horse Hoof Boot Would Be…

Lightweight, fairly easy to put on the hoof, comfortable for my horse, economically priced, and it would last at least two years of trail riding. My mare Reba foundered in 2005. Not your typical founder.......

Winter Leaving It’s Mark

Days getting longer, the sun a little stronger. Yes, still it is pretty cold at many places. But inevitably, as the sun comes up higher on the horizon, the ground is unfreezing in many...

Laminitis, Do You Know Enough?

Laminitis and natural hoof care are hot topics in the equine industry. Natural hoof care has changed the way we think about and treat laminitic and foundered horses. Many of us, unfortunately, have had a personal...

Fighting Founder

This is a snippet from my upcoming DVD, Fighting Founder. I've also recently released a trimming video featuring some of the lucky rescue horses at Laughing Pony Rescue in Rancho Santa Fe, California. DVDs are...

Do You Boot? P3 (Coffin Bone) Surgery

My 5 year old Arab/QH had to have a section of his P3 removed this summer becasue of an infection. The vet mentioned putting on a hospital plate but the foot looked so sore...

Toxic Yew Plant

ALL members of the Yew plant family are poisonous! They are beautiful but toxic and can deliver death to barefoot horses within minutes. It is the Japanese or English Yew, which is an ornamental...

Liberty Belle, a Story of Second Chances

We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed…. This heartfelt story comes from Hoof Care Practitioner Vickey Hollingsworth of...

Navicular: Excepts from an Article by Cheryl Sutor

The most common cause of lameness in horses is found in the navicular area of the horse's hoof. The terms Navicular Disease and Navicular Syndrome are often used to define navicular problems. Navicular problems are...

Springtime and Laminitis Equals Natural Hoof Boot Protection

Maria Siebrand, Hoof Care Practitioner and barefoot advocate, is a promoter of natural horse care and natural trimming methods to effectively help the equine. She says seasonal laminitis cases inevitably rise in early spring....

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