Utilize, Improvise, and Git ‘er Dun!

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Sometimes when we want to do something, we get hung up because we think we don’t have the right equipment to successfully complete the task. Learning to think outside the box can free us...

Stowaway Packs for Orienteering Rides

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Submitted by Pascale Winckler, Team Easyboot 2015 MemberI am a French orienteering competition rider (TREC). In competition, the required equipment is:Medical list: strips, antibacterial, scissors, compresses. Security list: reflective band (for the horse), yellow...

A Little POP Quiz

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Submitted by Karen BumgarnerThere are some basic hoof care principles that I often take for granted that people know. Yet I get surprised and find out that people really don’t know. So here...

The Frog and Digital Cushion: The Original Double Stuff Oreo

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You can see the frog when you lift up the hoof. Upon first inspection, it's immediately apparent that it's made up of a different substance than the rest of the sole and has a...

Easyboots for the Treatment of Sub-Solar Abscesses

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Submitted by Tim CarnesI want to make clear that my views and treatments here are my own and may not agree with that of many veterinarians and or other hoof care practitioners. I have,...

Horses Don’t Have To Wait Anymore

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Submitted by David Landreville, Hoof Care PractitionerThere's a Quote in the book No Foot, No Horse, by Martin Deacon FWCF and Gail Williams BA PhD."... and still the horse is putting up with the same old...

July 2015 SOS: Sweet Success with the EasyShoe

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This month, we would like to share a success story with you. The story comes to us from April Volling. Based in central Florida, April has been an EasyCare dealer since 2012.Cadet is a 6...

Six Things You Should Know About the New Easyboot Cloud

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There's a new boot on the market that will appeal to the broadest range of horse owners in the history of Easyboot products. Aptly named the Easyboot Cloud, this robust boot exceeds the needs...

Supporting Navicular Using EasyShoes and Wedge Pads

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Submitted by Deanna Stoppler, Team Easyboot 2015 MemberAdding support devices to chronically lame horses can be very difficult and many times nailing on a shoe or holding up a foot for 3-5 minutes while...

Giving Your Horse a Wedgie

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Some people look at “wedges” and get a bad taste in their mouth.“Why?!” What horse would ever need those? They look so alien! How can wedging a hoof “help” the lower limb? What is...