ridecamp@endurance.net: Re: hoof protection questions

Re: hoof protection questions

Pat Fredrickson (patfred@snowcrest.net)
Sat, 20 Dec 1997 08:58:36 -0800


Have you tried using a long handled screwdriver to remove the easyboot? I
find that I can remove them fairly easily with one as it gives you leverage
to do so.

Natural Horse Handling Rope Halters
-----Original Message-----
From: Lauren Horn <fourhorn@fea.net>
Cc: truman.prevatt@netsrq.com <truman.prevatt@netsrq.com>;
ridecamp@endurance.net <ridecamp@endurance.net>
Date: Friday, December 19, 1997 9:47 PM
Subject: Re: hoof protection questions

>There has to be something easier then Easy Boots. I just don't have the
>TIME or the ENERGY to stand and try to pry those things off my horses
>feet. I have tried, really! Easy Boots do really work, especially for
>rocks, but I really think the name should be changed.
>I was just thinking..(yes, I do that sometimes) what about good 'ol DUCT
>TAPE. Has anyone ever wrapped their horses hoofs in miles of duct tape
>to prevent rock gouges in the hoof sole? Does it work? Can it work?
>who has her thinking cap on tonight ;-) Ha Ha

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