Teaching Tailing the Easy Way

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Riding and competing on mountain rides is more enjoyable for horse and rider. Horses can use their muscles in different ways and perform therefore overall better than compared with rides over only flat ground....

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...

How to Dye an EasyShoe Versa Grip

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Written by Hannah Nichols, of Hannah's Horse and HoofI saw Taryn's post shared through EasyCare's Instagram account and was instantly intrigued. Her pink Versa Grip Light looked incredible and I got in contact with...

How to Add Ice Studs to Your Easyboot

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For many of us in the northern hemisphere, winter is here. Since ice and snow can't be easily avoided, let’s talk about how best to give your horse protection, comfort, and traction.EasyCare offers two...

If You Don’t Try Organizational Euphoria You’ll Hate Yourself

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Gee, thanks, Title Wizard! If it weren't for you my blog post this week would be titled something totally, pathetically lame like "Organizational Euphoria."Now, anyone that knows me knows that I like stuff. I'm...

Glue-On Without Glue: Part One

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Submitted by EasyCare Product Specialist, Jordan JunkermannI am sure each Easyboot user out there has endless stories, good and bad, about booting. Applying boots each time you go out to ride can be troublesome,...

What is the Buttress Line?

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Wondering how to Boot (shoe) a Horse?  New to our Natural Hoof Products?  First you need to measure your horse Hoofs.   After a fresh Barefoot Trimming, you need to measure the width and length of the hoof,...

Add Cushioning to the EasyShoe Flex to Go the Distance

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In "How to Nail the EasyShoe Flex Light to Go the Distance," I explained step-by-step how to nail on the Flex. In this follow up blog, I'm going to explore the option of filling...

Alternative Uses of a Horseshoe Nail

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You might never have an interest in nailing a horse shoe on a hoof but if you are a natural hoof care provider, rider, or horse owner, the horseshoe nail can still serve you...

Fitting the Back Country

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The new and improved Back Country boot has evolved into what I like to call the “Black Knight” of boots.With it’s rugged, warrior-like good looks, tough as nails rubberized upper, and extra-thick neoprene comfort cup cradling...