If you attended the recent second Annual Southern Arizona Tucson Horse Expo event on January 15 and 16 here in sunny Tucson, Arizona, then you know what a great show it was. If you missed it….then you don’t know what you missed out on and need to definitely make plans to be here in 2012.


Logan Leach and Lanny Leach were here to showcase their horses and tranining

This event, under the direction of Clay and Jacquie Harper, was an absolute success. Clay is a natural horsemanship trainer and Jacquie instructs and rides many disciplines herself.

Some of the best trainers gathered together for two days of presenting and sharing their expertise of knowledge, education, training and absolute fun with horses. It was a diverse mulititude of equine trainers, riders and professionals sharing the talents they each have in the equine world with everyone in attendance. All the different disciplines were represented by some of the world’s best. There was Western, English, Dressage, Gaited, Driving, just something for everyone. Nothing but horse related buzz for two days.


Clay Harper, Nancy Fredrick (EasyCare) and John Lyons


Clay Harper, Nancy Fredrick, Jody Lyons, John Lyons and Brandi Lyons

Honored guest and presenter John Lyons, Brandi Lyons, Logan and Lanny Leach, Michael Goss, Rosemary Panuco, Jamie Drizin, Steve Sikora, Gary Gang to name a few. Equine body work presented by Rene Noriega, farrier Robert Bazurto and the Reata Equine Groups very own Dr. Michael Conaway showed and spoke about important health related things that can happen to horses and different modalities that you can use on your equine partner for improvement in every area.
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Rene Noriega of EquiStrides Sports Therapy during his presentation

There were more than 50 vendors set up to show their products, to sell everything horse related from absolutely beautiful art, to feed, to tack, to apparel. You name it and it was there. Lots of really great deals on everything horse.

This is the second year that this show has been a happening event here in Tucson. The weather cooperated and it was in the high 60’s to low 70’s for both show days. That made it a perfect weekend to be out and enjoying all the local and distant talent in one spot.


There were food vendors there also cooking up some really great fare. The Oracle Inn Steak House from over the mountain in Oracle, Arizona was there providing really great food all day long for both days.


M-m-m-m-m-m-m good food!

was there to provide product education/information and to help answer every question presented about our product line. Customers walked away with a clearer understanding of hoof needs and how to achieve total satisfaction with hoof protection products produced by EasyCare. All of the vendors there provided so much valuable information all in one spot, that it was amazing and so many people left the event with so much more equine smarts to take home to draw them closer to their horses.

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This will be an annual event here in Tucson, so watch for next years’ show dates and get your tickets for one of the best that Tucson has to offer.


Ride ’em cowboy!

Nancy Fredrick


EasyCare Office Manager

As the office manager, I make sure the general operations of the organization run smoothly and seamlessly from A to Z. I have been on the EasyCare team since 2001 and have first hand product knowledge as my horses are barefoot and booted.