Uno Does Virginia City 100

Walking along in the pitch dark at 3:30 a.m., trying to focus on something - anything - I actually dropped off to sleep in the saddle for a nanosecond and hallucinated a huge flock...

How To Make A Hoof Boot Fail

Over the years I've found five different criteria that really test hoof boots and can cause them to fail. Riding at high speed adds to hoof boot failure. Riding steep hills adds to hoof...

Don’t Be a Victim of Circumstance

Submitted by Terrin Turner, Team Easyboot 2012 Member Looking back, I've started to think how, as a horse owner, it is easy to become a victim of circumsance. After learning to ride at a riding school...

Keeping a Commitment

I don't think many can argue that keeping your horse barefoot is not a commitment. Anyone who has done this for any length of time will have had set-backs, successes, failures, epiphanies and triumphs....

Seven Feeding Myths And Facts About Horses

Have you ever thought about some of the myths out there about ways and product to feed your horses? You can get different answers about the same question, depending on who you chat with. Despite...

Choose Your Weapons! The Right Tools Make Barefoot Trimming Easier

Wandering around a farrier's supply store, whether in person or online, can be a little boggling. You really just need nippers, a hoof knife, and a rasp... but which ones? First and foremost, be prepared...

Mount Up

Submitted by Terrin Turner, Team Easyboot 2012 Member 11 Miles completed. This might not mean a lot to endurance riders, but for my five year old little pony My Py, this would be our first...

Easyboot Glove- Top Ten Trail Products of 2009

We just received the Early Summer 2010 Valley Vet catalog and we're excited to see EasyCare hoof boots well positioned in many places throughout the catalog.  Valley Vet is one of the best mail...

A Little History About Saddles, Stirrups, and Packs

Exactly when man domesticated the horse is questionable.  Exactly which of the human societies first used the horse as a mount is debatable.  But the fact that progress went from a walk to a...

A Boot Story

In the Beginning: I purchased a 7-year old gelding (Aidan) in May 2008. Aidan came with “a good start on him”, but had absolutely terrible looking white hooves. They had tons of superficial cracks...

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