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Easyboot Grips

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    We rode today in the snow and mud using Easyboot Grips on both of the horses. They did so well in them, even going up and down steep hills they never slipped. It was such fun!

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March 27, 2010



Great post Martha.

Glad to know someone is still out there!

Lalita Creighton

I've not been able to post on here for a long time. Thought I'd try again - hopefully it will work!

Lalita Creighton

Hey, it worked!

I also just absolutely love the Glove. Now if it would ever stop raining so I could ride it would help!



I made myself a waterproof fleece lined lap robe to be able to ride in the rain. That with a long riding coat, keeps me, my saddle and alot of my horse dry. It is actually kind of fun hanging out with my horse under a tree waitting for a squall to pass.

Lalita Creighton

The problem I have is with how slick the clay here gets when it rains, coupled with the hilly terrain. I don't want to risk my horse injuring himself or me sliding around. Plus I hate tearing up the trails - so far MO has been good to us equestrians and I'd like to keep it that way!


Slick Clay isn't good! I see your point.


Hello to all-
I am anxious to attend the Chief Joseph Historic Appaloosa Trail ride this weekend. It is a breed only trail ride that travels the original trail that the Nez Perce traveled when they fled the Calvary in 1877. It is a progressive ride, traveling 20 miles a day for 5 days. Every 13 years the loop is completed, which travels through, ID, MT, OR and WA. This will be my first year attending the ride on my horse Pete. I look forward to testing out the new Glue On boots and educating every day trail riders on this great new product. There will be 243 riders in this year's ride. I will post on my return July 24.
Happy Trails.

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