What do you get when you cross the hoof boot that was used to win the 2011 100 mile Tevis Cup with the polyurethane horse shoe that was used to win the 2011 136th running of the Preakness

A new tool for farriers and hoofcare professionals.  The new glue-on urethane shoe is a collaboration between EasyCare and No-Anvil.  The combined efforts have produced a new urethane hoof protection device that blur the lines between boots and shoes.  The urethane hybrid device absorbs concussion, is held securely in place for a shoeing cycle without nails, is lighter weight than most all nail on shoes and allows the hoof to expand and contract as nature intended. 

Shackleford wins the 2011 Preakness in Burns Polyflex shoes

Shackleford at the 2011 Kentucky Derby in Burns Polyflex Polyurethane Horseshoes

Jeremy Reynolds wins the 2011 Tevis Cup in Easyboots

Jeremy Reynolds wins the 2011 Tevis and Haggin Cups in Easyboots.

Below you will find a couple photos showing the collaboration between No-Anvil and EasyCare.  The freshly filed patent includes some of the following features.

1.  Glue-on urethane hoof protection.
2.  The urethane shoe has an internal moldable skeleton for structure and shaping.
3.  The integrally molded cuff increases the gluing surface area.
4.  The urethane shoe and cuff allow the hoof to expand and contract.

EasyShoe.  Half Easyboot, half Burns Polyflex

The EasyShoe.  Half Burns Polyflex and half Easyboot Glue-On.

EasyShoe In Action

Initial EasyShoe prototypes getting some hard core testing.

Stay tuned for more updates and news on the collaboration. 

Garrett Ford


President & CEO

I have been President and CEO of EasyCare since 1993. My first area of focus for the company is in product development, and my goal is to design the perfect hoof boot for the barefoot horse.