Great Feet Deserve a Great Body: Use the Masterson Method and Watch Your Horse...

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p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }a:link { } This journey never ends, does it? First barefeet, then turnout with a herd, balance the minerals in the diet, throw out the blankets, buy a new saddle....

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...

Natural Horse Products

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2009 has been an amazing year for EasyCare. 4 new hoof boots were released... the Easyboot Glove, Easyboot Edge, Easyboot RX and the Easyboot Glue-On are really helping revolutionize natural hoof care.  While we...

Boots Are Never 100% Easy: A Review of the Easyboot Fury

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The Easyboot Fury is celebrating its 1 year anniversary! In honor of that milestone, we'd like to share an honest review from a customer in North Carolina who tried out the Easyboot Fury Sling.  Find...

Donkey Hooves: Inside and Out by Pete and Ivy Ramey

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New from Pete Ramey: a must have for your DVD library.In this 3-disc DVD set, Ivy and Pete Ramey will take you to visit wild burros in the Mojave Desert, and discuss their needs, lifestyle...

RB Kindle: When Hoof Care Gets Personal

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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...

That Andalusian Can’t Go Barefoot

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Submitted by Lisa Morris, Team Easyboot 2012 MemberHas anyone ever told you that your horse has hooves that can’t be barefoot?I was contacted earlier last year to help out a very experienced horse person,...

Broken Down May Not Be So Broken

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As hoof care providers we often get calls to help horses as a last-ditch effort before euthanasia. The owner calls with a laundry list of problems and a history of solutions that have been...

The Language of Anatomy

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Hmmm, let's see... is that, medial or lateral? Dorsal or palmar? Distal or proximal? How about  putting a few of those terms together, like distodorsolateral view. Now you've got a mouth full!  It's easy to get confused...

What We Know For Sure

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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...