Customer Question:

Which Easyboot would you recommend for a horse that is recovering from laminitis and back in light work? I’ve had my horse in the Easyboot Cloud for the past couple of months, but I think he’s ready for the next step in his recovery.


Any of our boots will help provide some support and protection for your recovering horse. The specific style recommendation will depend on a few more details. Will a lot of this light work be in the arena? Or on the trail? What are your horse’s current hoof measurements?

In general, the Easyboot Sneaker or the Easyboot Trail would likely be good choices for returning to light work. These styles work great for any kind of casual riding, as well as for turnout.EasyCare Easyboot Sneaker Hoof Boot- Front - Riding Warehouse


  1. I have a mare that suffers from laminitis and abcesses. I ordered the Easyboot RX and put them on my mare yesterday. Can you tell me how long to leave them on before I need to take them off. When I take them off, how long before I can put them back on. She suffers from chronic abcesses and my farrier highly recommended these boots for her. Thank you so much!!!!

    • Ideally, we recommend up to 12 hours on, 12 hours off, but we do have customers that need to leave them on for longer. If the boots will be on for more than 12 hours at a time, we recommend removing them at least once per day to check for debris, rubbing, or excess moisture in the boot.

  2. My vet asked me to get a laminitis pad for my easy boots. I am not sure where to look. Can you help me?

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