Mud and EasyCare Protective Hoof Boots

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As I talk to people from day to day, I keep hearing about mud. From coast to coast and in between, we have mud. Especially my good friends in Oregon. In fact, one lady...

Barefoot Trimming The Success Of The Future

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I personally believe the biggest challenge to natural horse care and barefoot trimming is the number of natural hoof care professionals in the field. Easycare receives 100's of calls every month from consumers looking...

Off The Track Thoroughbreds: All with Beautiful Rehabilitated Feet

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Once and for all let's make a concerted effort to debunk a popular myth that thoroughbreds have shelly walls, thin soles, pencil thin frogs and for these reasons they need shoes. "The hell!" I...

Boot Maine-ia

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Now that EasyCare has launched its new blog platform, it will be much easier for Boot Maine-ia to hit the virtual newsstand!  First, a short introduction.I've been riding endurance and CTR since 2003 with my...

Hoof Prosthetics: Prince’s Unlikely Hoof

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Submitted by Philip HimankaIn 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...

Burrito, the Mini Donkey

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There are many of us equine lovers out there who wish we could live the life our equine friends do. From taking naps in the sun, nibbling on grass, kicking our heels up, and...

Club Footed…With Boots

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Hello, I thought I'd take a moment to share my story with you all, since having a club-footed horse can add to the difficulty of transitioning your horse barefoot successfully. I have a few...

Measuring Mishaps

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As an EasyCare customer service representative I spend much of my day assisting customers with boot sizing. There are many different factors that should be taken into account when fitting boots, especially the accuracy...

Winter Leaving It’s Mark

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Days getting longer, the sun a little stronger. Yes, still it is pretty cold at many places. But inevitably, as the sun comes up higher on the horizon, the ground is unfreezing in many...

A Little History About Saddles, Stirrups, and Packs

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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...