I had the shoes taken off of my Fox trotter a year ago to go bare. He gaits very well without shoes but I want to be able to ride him in the Missouri Ozarks and the trails are rocky so I got him some boots. I tried a few different styles. I had a pair of Original Old Mac’s and Old Mac’s G2 and they worked fine except in soft creek gravel some of the small gravel would get inside and press in on his hoof. So I changed to the Easyboot Bares for his front hooves and Easyboot Edges for his hind feet.

They are great, he can gait, and do all of the things a trail horse needs to do. I am 69 years old and I am able to put the boots on without help. I might say that the Edge is easier to apply than the Bare. I am so happy that he can do his job in boots.

Name: Liz R.
City: Bloomsdale, Missouri
Equine Discipline: Trail
Favorite Boot: Easyboot Edge