The following is from Tanya in Gilmer, Texas:
“I started with Easyboots approximately 15 years ago and was totally unimpressed. I could not keep them on my horse’s feet unless I was on cement and at a walk. Years later, I saw a lady with high dollar Marquis boots on her horse and thought they were awesome. So, I saved my money and got a full set for my horse. They did great until I started the Pete Ramey natural trim. I couldn’t keep his high dollar tennis shoes on anymore. I tried a competitor’s brand boots, but they were clunky and riding in the mountains and rocks, I was afraid stumbling was going to be an issue.
My very good friend who got me started on the natural trim was also looking for a better boot and called me one day to tell about what she had found – the Easyboot Glove! What a great find- they are just what they say they are! I have had more people wanting to get a better look. And they are so much less expensive than the other boots and steel shoes. I know my horse will benefit from no longer having to have steel shoes confining his hooves. But, I love the fact that I can go anywhere at a moment’s notice and not have to worry about loose shoes and the need to wait for the farrier. I just trim his feet, slap on his “tennies” and go!”
This is Tanya and Echo who is sidepassing and showing off his Easyboot Gloves.
Tanya and I have since talked about her first experience with Easyboots and, she even said I could let that part out of her story; however, I think it’s important for y’all to know that not all Easyboots work for every horse. The key to successful booting is a good fit.
Do you have a successful booting experience that you’d like to share?
When you call EasyCare, I’m one of the folks that will answer. I’m also one of the cowgirls in the group. (Heck no, I don’t show, I Rodeo!) When it comes to life’s adventures – never pull back on the reins, and remember: the world is best-viewed through the ears of a horse!