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Top Four Most Common Mistakes of Booting
Posted by Kevin Myers on 1/10/2012 to Boot Information
Kevin Myers, Marketing Exec of Easycare Inc, sees many boots in the course of his job as well as when he is taking part in equestrian events such as Endurance. In this illustrated article he lists the four mistakes he most commonly sees that create sub-optimal results for riders using boots.
Five Basics to Successful Booting: Number 4
Posted by Kevin Myers on 8/3/2011 to Boot Information
The second in a series of five articles written by Kevin Myers of Easycare Inc. A good fit: a bad fit - How to tell if the boot really fits
Five Basics to Successful Booting: Number 5
Posted by Kevin Myers, Easycare Inc on 7/27/2011 to Boot Information
First of five articles written by Kevin Myers of Easycare Inc.  Covers trimming & hoof shape.
Chief Happy in Gloves in Simonstown
Posted by Noel Cowie, Simonstown on 6/5/2011 to General
Using Easyboot Gloves, Noel is successfully allowing his 20 year old Thorougbred to enjoy a barefoot lifestyle while still going on regular outrides.
Is a Booted Horse Barefoot?
Posted by Peter Ward - Written by Garrett Ford, CEO of Easycare Inc on 4/25/2011 to General
From the Main Blog of Easycare Inc. Garrett Ford (CEO) discusses the concepts of being barefoot, shod and booted

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 Newsletter January 2012
 Top Four Most Common Mistakes of Booting
 Five Basics to Successful Booting: Number 1