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Using EponaShoes to Achieve Heel-First Landings

Written By Casey Sexton of North Georgia Hoof Care What are “heel-first landings,” and why are they important? Heel-first landings refer to how hooves hit the ground in locomotion. Hooves can also land flat and toe-first. Within these parameters, we can also assess if...

EponaShoes Horseshoes with Carbide Tips for Winter

Here in New England, the winters can be unpredictable. Many horses that have been comfortable most of the year, struggle in the winter. If there isn’t sufficient snow cover, sections of water become frozen in the mud, which can be sharper and harder than rocks....
EponaShoe Horseshoes Helping an AQHA Dressage Gelding

EponaShoe Horseshoes Helping an AQHA Dressage Gelding

Before starting with EponaShoes, I had tried just about everything for my AQHA dressage gelding. I had struggled with his feet for years, trying different farriers and horseshoes. We tried steel shoes, aluminum shoes, egg bar shoes, barefoot, and barefoot with hoof...

My Journey with EponaShoe Horseshoes by Nina Bomar

Written By Nina Bomar I learned about the EponaShoe while walking around the AERC convention, which was held in Texas several years ago. I was intrigued with their product, but more importantly, I wanted to learn about the founder of the company named Monique. The guy...

Can I Keep My Horse Barefoot?

by Monique Craig The Epona Institute It is not news that some horses were and still are left barefoot and even ridden barefoot at some point in their lives. For instance, when I grew up in Switzerland, we used to remove horseshoes on some horses to give their hooves a...
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