Five Basics to Successful Booting: Number 5

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#5: A Healthy Barefoot TrimI am not a professional hoof care practitioner, but I did work with a hoof care professional to write this post about a maintenance barefoot trimming strategy.Boot losses. We've all had them....

Don’t Fear the Metric

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Submitted by Becky CaldwellIf there is one thing I have learned about myself over the years it is this; I am really good at making things more difficult than they need to be. It...

Step by Step: Replacing the Easyboot Gaiter

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Remove the old gaiter by unscrewing all six external screws and washers (three on each side).Attach the new gaiter on one side with only the front screw. Attach the gaiter to the...

The Top Six Ways to Increase Your Chances of Losing Glue-On Boots

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If you want to see the time and resources invested in gluing Easyboot Glue-Ons litter the trail behind you, there are a few key modifications to our recommended protocol you'll need to undertake. These...

Do These Boots Make My Foot Look Big?

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Spring has sprung, and for most of us, the ride season is underway. Now that I've got Replika on her ride schedule, she requires very little in the way of conditioning or riding in...

Quick Tips for Gluing Beginners

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If you're new to using Vettec gluing products, or any two component glues, there are a few things to keep in mind that will make your experience more successful. First off, what is a...

Winter Horse Health Care Mistakes to Avoid

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Winter has definitely set in and while you may be tempted to wrap your horse in a toasty blanket and park him in a heated barn for the winter, avoid the urge.  Your horse...

Starting From Scratch – Part 1

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A couple of weeks ago, a friend visited from England. She has just decided to take her endurance horse barefoot and compete him in boots. It sounds like she has found a sympathetic trimmer...

Another Solution for Preventing Gaiter Rubs

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Submitted by Karen Bumgarner, Team Easyboot 2011 MemberOne of my goals for the year was all five days of the Owyhee Canyonlands. Last year I used the Glue On's, which worked beautifully. They were...

Caring for your Senior Horse

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Do you have a horse that has been a constant companion and has given you the best years of his life?  He deserves to be spoiled a little in his elder years.  Taking care of...