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Keeping Hoof Boots Clean

Tips for keeping your Hoof Boots clean. For me It depends on the degree of mess that they are in: 1, Mild dirt - If they are mostly dry and just a bit dusty I might just dry brush them. I like to hang worn boots on a piece of baler twine, or wall hooks in a warm, breezy spot to air dry and they always feel fresher to put on next time. 2, Medium dirt  - If they are very sweaty on the inside, with a reasonable coating of dirt I would dip them in a bucket of water..  - Read More

Keeping Hoof Boots Clean

Heat Stress and Hard Ground for Horses

I' m so hot and so are my horses! How to keep them happy and well? We have shade in one paddock in the late afternoon and another during the morning. So I try to rotate the horses to follow the shade.  The Hoof Boots are in regular use now too. The horses have recently had a trim and need a bit of protection from the hard ground. I use my old black boots for in the field and if I go riding I will use my newer Glittery / Sparkly Entry Level Bling boots to dress up. They manage..  - Read More

There couldn’t be a better time to take the plunge and go barefoot!

If you’ve been thinking about having the farrier take off your horse’s shoes, then now could well be a great time to make the move.  If the shorter and colder days mean your horse can anticipate a decrease in workload this will give time for the transition to be done and allow him or her to adapt to the changes.  By the time the days are getting longer next year you and your horse could be well into experiencing the benefits of being barefoot.    Going barefoot gets fresh blood circulating to provide nourishment and oxygen to your horse’s feet..  - Read More

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