Heel first-Scoot Boot

Heel First

What some brush off as minor mood swings, laziness, or “just too tired to move” could be clear indications that your horse is unbalanced in the hoo...

Thrush, White Line and More - Scoot Boot

Thrush, White Line and More

Thrush, White Line Disease and Yeast are an ongoing issue in areas that are warm and wet much of the time. These hoof conditions CAN be prevented w...

The "Right Angle" - Scoot Boots

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 underst...

How To Do a Mustang Roll - Scoot Boots

How To Do a Mustang Roll

We've all heard so much about Mustang Roll for our horses' hooves. What is so great about a nice, clean mustang roll? And why do we want to even do...

The Flat Footed Horse - Scoot Boots

The Flat Footed Horse

What is considered to be a "Flat Footed Horse"? Well, anatomically, the hoof capsule should be a "cozie" for the foot, the P3, inside the capsule. ...

That Certain "Flare"! - Scoot Boots

That Certain "Flare"!

There is 'flair' and then, there are "flares" . . . . . . Of course, we all want our horses to have 'flair' but not the "flare"  that indicates iss...

Scoot Boots - Removing Glued-On Scoot Skins

Removing Glued-On Scoot Skins

I’ll admit it: removing Scoot Skins is my least favorite part of using these awesome glue-on boots.   I had a blast riding a 50-mile endurance ride...