We’ve talked a fair amount about how to put on the Easyboot Gloves with the added protection of Goober Hoof Pack, but we haven’t spent any time discussing how to remove them.

Rusty took The Stoner last weekend and competed on the AHAA Halloween 50 Mile Race at McDowell Mountain Regional Park in Scottsdale. The trail is hard-packed decomposed granite with some very rocky sections and some more than ten miles of sandy washes: the perfect place for the Gloves/Goober protocol. The pair won the race and got the Best Condition award – something I would never have imagined possible for this horse at the beginning of last year. Rusty and The Stoner will get to celebrate their accomplishment at the Parade of Champions at the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show in February.

Click here to see how to remove the boots or click on the Play button below. As you can see, the removal is fairly easy and the boots can be re-used without spending lots of time removing glue from the inside of the shell.

Have you tried this application protocol? If so, how easy was it for you to remove the boots?

Keep up the bootlegging!

Kevin Myers


Director of Marketing

I am responsible for the marketing and branding of the EasyCare product line. I believe there is a great deal to be gained from the strategy of using booted protection for horses, no matter what the job you have for your horse.