Which Easyboot Is Right For My Horse?

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Submitted by Jordan Junkermann, EasyCare Product Specialist Some of you may be new to the booting world. I am only a year into this experience, so I'm still new to booting. There are many factors...

Uses & Tips for the Versatile Easyboot Cloud

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Submitted by Candice PirainoAnywhere from additional support on a lengthy haul, to increased comfort during a laminitic episode, the Easyboot Cloud is without a doubt the boot that will end your search. And while its...

The Caudal Foot

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A big and healthy frog is desirable, but why? What is hiding above it and what makes it so important?This nice specimen of a big frog on this Irish Cobb stands in stark contrast...
Old and new size 1 Easyboot Glove boots

Why You Should Measure Again Before Buying More Hoof Boots

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Here’s the scenario: You and your horse have been “Rockin’ it” in size 1 Easyboot Gloves for a couple of years now. They fit like a second skin. You’ve maintained a left and a...

Setting Your Therapy Boots Up for Extended Wear

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Submitted by Jean Welch, Hoof Care PractitionerAs a Hoofcare Practitioner, I take great pride in knowing that I help provide comfort to horses on a daily basis. Most of us HCP's have horses of...

Hoof Capsule Distortions/Flares

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This is the first issue in a mini series on hoof capsule distortions, short HCD.During these blogs, we'll examine the reasons why the occur, how we identify them, what we can do to correct...

Top Do’s and Don’ts for Successful Booting

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At EasyCare, we design products with two key objectives in mind - to solve specific hoof care problems and to support hoof health in any situation. But our Easyboots and EasyShoes can't help your...

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...

What Do You Think Is Happening With This Horse?

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Take a look at the photos below and let us know what you think has happened to this horse and his once beautiful barefeet.Here is a bit of background on the horse.1.  The horse...

When Nippers are Toast – Prevention and Maintenance

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Submitted by Ruthie Thompson-Klein, Equine Balance Hoof CareI had to retire my best pair of nippers recently. Maybe it was time, but it was a nostalgic day. Those ergonomically wonderful GE 14s fit like...