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Hi I am looking at getting my thoroughbred Stormy some boots to use for when we get up to getting out on trail rides. I have no idea what types are out there and would like some advice on what to get him. Since I have had him we have not had any shoes on him and considering he is off the track his hooves are in pretty good condition no spread like some ott can be.

 

Thanks Sharron

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Your best bet is to look up www.easycaredownunder.com.au Their the best to talk to (theres a number to call them).

Most of the easyboot range are good but there are others that are a little cheaper but doubt their as good. I bought the new trail boot yesterday (after 3 years my old easyboots were bald & getting slippery) so Ill let you know what their like once I get them.

Boots are the way to go.....cheaper in the long run.

Best of luck,

Cass

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I have used Boa boots, Easy Boot Bare, and Cavello boots over the years but by far the easyest to fit, put on and take off are the boots I have just purchased. They are called Renegade boots and I think the design is brilliannt, easy on easy off and easy to adjust to fit exactly. No gaiters, no rubbing - check them out. The website is www.renegadehoofboots.com Enjoy your rides!

 

Regards

Sharon

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Sharron, Sue uses some-- Renegade I think.

 

I have the same for my thoroughbred and they are easy to put on.

 

You could try them this weekend if you want.

 

My farrier ( Martin) measured him and fitted them. Check their website ,,www.renegadehoofboots.com

 

Del

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