Week 3 Photo Contest Winner

Congratulations to Shane Weigand for winning our photo contest this week! Shane submitted this incredibly unique photo of herself and her burro competing in a pack burro race while sporting some Easyboot Epics. Shane's cream-white donkey, Julia,...

Just Bad Luck or Bad Decisions? A 2019 Tevis Cup Wrap-Up with Personal Perspective...

Like a yearly ritual, I have completed my Tevis Checklist: Horse is optimally conditioned and prepared for the most difficult 100 Miler in the world. Horse has completed other 100 milers, or back-to-back 50...

We’ve Been in Your Boots

As a Product Specialist at EasyCare, I talk to people every day who are having trouble finding the right solution to their hoof care needs. They often want a pair of boots that will...

What We Know For Sure

Only a few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of working in the field with a good friend and respected colleague of mine, Michael Wharton. Together we collaborated on a dressage horse that neither...

What’s the Difference?

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....

RB Kindle: When Hoof Care Gets Personal

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...

Hoof Prosthetics: Prince’s Unlikely Hoof

Submitted by Philip Himanka In March, 2016, a miniature horse gelding named “Prince” was diagnosed by Colorado State University veterinarians with right coxofemoral joint luxation (dislocation of the femur head from the hip socket, disrupting...

The Little Things

This time of year, mixed in with all of the holiday busyness, I found myself thinking again of how it is that all the little things add up to the bigger thing. It's the...

Under Pressure – Dealing with an Abscess (Part Two)

Submitted by EasyCare Product Specialist, Kelsey Lobato After discovering an abscess and finding out the cause, start treatment and possibly a prevention program. The treatment program will depend on the type of abscess your horse...

Tale of Two Icelandic Ponies

Submitted by: Chris Kreuger, an EasyCare Dealer and Hoof Care Practitioner. Adam and Frothie are 2 unrelated Icelandic ponies who live together in Eastern New York State. They live in a nearly perfect environment for...

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