Did you know that the EasyShoe Flex has been used by Adrienne Lyle and her horse, Salvino, to achieve the #1 Dressage ranking in the USA?

Lyle said, “I am so thankful to have found the revolutionary Flex horse shoes! Every one of my top horses is now wearing them and I couldn’t be happier with the results. They provide great support to the foot, but also provide shock absorbing qualities to keep them comfortable when training and competing on all sorts of different arena surfaces. I have also had great luck with them on horses who tend to get foot sore or are sensitive after shoeing. Whether it’s for a top equine athlete or for your trusty old companion, Flex horse shoes will keep them feeling and moving their best!”

The EasyShoe Flex Heart Bar worn by Salvino. The shoe offers both support and flexibility.


Two of the most respected farriers in the industry helped Salvino transition into the EasyShoe Flex. Curtis Burns and Tim Cable have teamed up on both Salvino and Lyle’s second horse, Harmony’s Duval. Curtis first tried the Flex on Duval with great results.  After seeing such positive feedback, Cable and Burns made the transition with Salvino.

Enjoy the beauty of this incredible team. All I can say is, “Wow!”

Personal Best Score: Adrienne Lyle and Salvino in the CDIO5* Grand Prix Freestyle at CHIO Aachen

Competitive dressage is recognized as one of the three equestrian Olympic disciplines. Special classes like the musical freestyle offer creativity and individual expression for the exhibitors and have become spectator favorites! This winning Grand Prix Freestyle performed by Adrienne Lyle and Salvino earned them a personal best score of 83.560% this past summer at CHIO Aachen! If you compete in dressage, post a photo in the comments below! Video via ClipMyHorse.TV USALearn more about this discipline: https://www.usef.org/compete/disciplines/dressage???? During the month of February we are highlighting all 29 of USEF's recognized breeds & disciplines! Follow along because we want to hear from YOU!

Posted by US Equestrian on Monday, February 17, 2020

It’s both exciting and rewarding to see a shoe go from a prototype to this type of success story.