Carol Layton: The Importance of Electrolytes

0
On top of a more than adequate nutrient diet with balanced minerals, it is often recommended that horses receive electrolytes whether they are performance horses in work or a much loved member of the...

Be Flexible

0
Submitted by Gene LimlawI went to the Foxcatcher 50 in Fairhill, Maryland a couple of weeks ago. The natural resource area is a 5,633 acres and is used for a variety of equine and...

Trail Boot Dreaming

0
Every year for the past four years I have gone riding on sections of the Colorado Trail with my friend Debbie who is from Boston. Each year when we finish, I start dreaming and...

Desolation Wilderness Vacation, Part One

0
Submitted by Natalie Herman, Team Easyboot 2012 MemberThe picture below show Tara Flwelling on her Tennessee Walking Horse stallion, Den (left) and me on my Quarmorab mare, Eowyn, above one of the many lakes...

Easyboot Clouds Are “Essential for the Successful Treatment of Laminitis”

1
We wanted to share a success story that our customer, Sally, shared with us recently. She has had great experiences using the Easyboot Cloud. I have a 17-year-old Dartmoor Pony who developed laminitis last year....

Getting Ready for Christmas (In Which I Don’t Cook)

0
Horse life is still quiet at our house with the pones enjoying their winter sabbatical. The beauty of having them all barefoot, of course, is that when I get around to deciding it's time...

Susanne loves the Easyboot Glove!

0
Normal 0false false falseEN-US X-NONE X-NONEMicrosoftInternetExplorer4Susanne Kesterson of Grand Canyon Arizona was so pleased with the performance of the Easyboot Glove that she just had to write EasyCare and tell us about her positive experience."I love...

Mendocino Magic Ride Report

0
Submitted by Leslie SpitzerOver the July 4th weekend I had the privilege of attending the aptly named Mendocino Magic Ride. The ride was magic in so many ways for me. The weather was magical....

Starting Now

0
This quote seems to have over-taken Facebook over the last couple days..."Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today." ~ Thomas JeffersonBrillant man, brilliant advice. Although I *do* tend to be the...

Five Reasons Why I Went To The Death Valley XP

0
Moab, my home town, lies at an elevation of 4000 ft. When leaving from Moab in any direction, one has to climb over 7000 ft mountain passes. In the deep of winter, between Christmas...