I'm the guy who took this horse form FL to Utah for the '96 ROC. Hating
pads, and seeing the rocks, I decided to use easy boots all around. Yes,
the two FL horses were the the horses whith the red easy boots. Anyway you
get the foam out but first you have to get boot off - no easy feat. Next
it is - work like the dickens to get the foam out of the boot. After
several hours you give up and start to hit the wine. At that point you
decide to try later.
The bottom line is there is still some foam left in the bottom of my easy
boots and it doesn't seem to matter. They still act like easy boots.
So my advice to these folks hell bent on getting every last bit of foam out
of the easy boots is to chill out, have a glass of wine and enjoy the
Merry Christmas to all
P.S. I have decide on a name for the filly "Coin's Lunar Storm". I owe
someone a beer in Lexington, but since I doubt that anyone will fly over
from England just to collect a beer, I'll have to just drink it in their
honor and maybe the next time I happen to be in England (about once a year)
I'll just have to pay them with a "real beer".