A Skeptic’s Review of the Easyboot Glove Back Country

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Submitted by Roger RittenhouseFor the past two years plus I have used other boots with good results on my horse, Omni. While very satisfied with the other brand, I wanted to try another boot...

Natural Horse Care and Lifestyle

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This bit of information was found at a barefoot trimming website by Maria Siebrand. Her site is called "The Thoughtful Horseman" Progressive Horsekeeping. She has various sections dedicated to barefoot trimming and natural horse care...

There Is An Easier Way – Some Thoughts On Grinder Trimming

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By: Lisa Morris, Team Easyboot 2012 MemberI am a Barefoot Hoofcare Practitioner in the San Antonio Hill Country area of Texas. In my spare time, I am pulled in many directions. I have a...

Navicular Rehab in EasyCare Boots

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Steve Karshner wrote a great article about rehabing Navicular hooves with the use of boots. He uses the EasyCare RX boot and has also used the EasyCare Boa boots."I was surprised to learn that  some of...

Thoroughbred Feet are Just Fine: Meet Garwin

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When you peruse 'Practical Horseman', 'Equus' or 'Horse Illustrated', you may find a professional saying, "Well barefeet might work for some horses, but never Thoroughbreds. They just don't have good feet." Or, "We've bred...

The Barefoot Horse and Hoof Boots Take a Huge Step Forward with Haggin Cup...

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It was a day for all barefoot horses.  A day that will help the practice of keeping horses barefoot be less challenged in the future.  It was a day that Dr. Neel Glass (the...

What’s the Difference?

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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....

Your Horse May Have Thrush

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My Horse Can't Get Thrush Sure she can! Even the most unlikely of equine candidates run the risk of getting thrush. It happened to a friend of mine just a couple of weeks ago right...

Long Ears and Hoof Boots

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Mules and Donkeys have their own unique hoof confirmation.  For the most part mules and donkeys excel with a barefoot hoof.  They often have no need for horse shoes or protective horse boots.  Not long ago it wasn't...

Seven Feeding Myths And Facts About Horses

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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...