There's nothing worse than then soaking wet mud and standing water. Oh wait not the ground is solid but frozen into ruts. My Thoroughbred Sally, with sensitive feet is feeling footy and will have to wear her hoof boots for a while until it settles down again. - Read More
Why Hoof Boots?: Hoof Boots are great for helping with rehabilitation for a foot injury or hoof disease like laminitis, abscesses and also arthritic joints. Hoof Boots help by supporting the Horse by cushioning tender or bruised soles. This may be needed if the ground is hard and uncomfortable in dry, icy, stony conditions. Hoof Boots are sometimes necessary equipment when riding on the roads or rough terrain. Especially if the feet are transitioning from shoes or have a conformation challenge or certain health matters mean the horse has more sensitive feet. Because Hoof Boots are light weight, durable and.. - Read More
I had a lovely time visiting the Beta conference this weekend. Meeting Greg Giles from Cavallo was a high point for me. Talking about Cavallo Hoof Boots and the latest news on them. How they are manufactured etc.. It was great to catch up with Suzanne at Concord Equestrian and talk about their Straw Pellets. Also talking to other Manufacturers and whether any of their products would be included on this site. Coming Soon..... - Read More
Grass is so sugary and with the hard ground, even horses who have not had previous episodes of laminitis are now poorly.
My latest news is about the two lovely ponies who came in 2021. They are enjoying their track life, although always hoping to be let into the middle with their big older friends. They have learned fast, they seem to enjoy all the attention and praise showered on them. I think I'm feeling confident with them and my daughter is riding at last! - Read More