• Scoot Boot

    Revolutionary No-Fuss
    Hoof Boots For Horses

  • Scoot Boot

    Revolutionary No-Fuss
    Hoof Boots For Horses

  • Scoot Boot

    Revolutionary No-Fuss
    Hoof Boots For Horses

  • Scoot Boot

    Revolutionary No-Fuss
    Hoof Boots For Horses

Scoot Boot (one pair)

$189.00 USD Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Scoot Boot (one boot)

$95.00 USD Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Scoot Slims (one pair)

$189.00 USD Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Scoot Slims (one boot)

$95.00 USD Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Mini Scoots (one pair)

$189.00 USD Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Mini Scoots (one boot)

$95.00 USD Includes 1 FREE pair Trail Gaiters Spare straps and hardware

Scoot Skins (one pair)

$70.00 USD

Scoot Anti Slip Shim

$18.00 USD
Hoof boots designed by a farrier that fit a larger fitting range, no cables or velcro, easy on easy off, secure fit, lightweight, low profile, excellent drainage.

The Right Angle!

The Right Angle!
  Last post I talked about that 45* angle that should be trimmed onto the hooves. I want to expand on that a bit to make sure that everyone understands...
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The Journey of a Thousand Miles- Keeping Ridden Horses Barefoot Part 2

The Journey of a Thousand Miles- Keeping Ridden Horses Barefoot Part 2

Movement is key for healthy barefoot feet, as well as for healthy brains and bodies.

Achieve movement in as many different ways as possible; turnout, ridden work, ground work, in hand work, even the use of a horse walker; all these can all help you get to an adequate mileage.

If hoof protection is required, then by all means use it. By hoof protection I mean hoof boots and pads. Hoof Armour looks interesting, as do some of the clip on plastic shoes, but I do not class steel horse shoes as protection, because they impair the natural physiological function of the hoof.

And please remember to have fun with your horses. The journey of a thousand miles is a long way, and a long time; best to have some fun along the way.

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