EasyCare, Inc. Hoof Boots Endorsed by Horse Trainer Clinton Anderson

Tucson, AZ, July 05, 2006 --(PR.com)-- EasyCare, Inc. (http://www.easycareinc.com), the leading manufacturer of equine hoof boots, has signed on as a sponsor of Downunder Horsemanship and world-renowned trainer Clinton Anderson.

Clinton Anderson had previously been using EasyCare hoof boots on his own horses and thoroughly put them to the test.  “After 5 days straight of galloping thru some of the rockiest and harshest terrain in Montana trying to wreck these boots you could hardly tell that we had used them. I was galloping, stopping and turning horses on gravel and hard dirt roads. I was shocked at how tough and durable they were, and how none of the horses ever took one lame step.  I am a big believer that boots are the way to go if you want to ride in harsh terrain with horses transitioning to barefoot.”

Clinton Anderson is a two time winner of the prestigious Road to the Horse Competition, host of a weekly training program broadcast on satellite television, and star of the Downunder Horsemanship 2006 Wahl Walkabout Tour.  Anderson is also enthusiastic about natural hoofcare and keeps many of his own horses barefoot.  

EasyCare, Inc. currently produces several products for the Equine industry including a wide range of hoof boots and accessories, Shear Comfort Sheepskin saddle covers, E-Z Ride Stirrups, EasyIce Boots, Stowaway saddle packs, Stowaway hay, bale and gear bags, Easy Bun rump warmers and many other items. 

“We are excited to have an endorsement of our product from someone of Clinton Anderson’s caliber,” says EasyCare’s Marketing Director Karen Chaton. She continues, “This reinforces that our hoof boots are the best and most user and horse friendly.  We are thrilled to be partnered with the entire Downunder Horsemanship team.”  For more information about Clinton Anderson’s Downunder Horsemanship visit www.downunderhorsemanship.com.

EasyCare, Inc. has been a leader in the hoof boot industry for years, beginning with the invention of the Easyboot back in the early 70’s. Since then, the need for boots has grown tremendously as more and more horse owners see the healthy advantages of pulling shoes and switching to natural hoof care.   EasyCare is excited about being part of this growing trend.  For more information about hoof boots or natural hoof care please call EasyCare, Inc. at 1-800-447-8836, e-mail: admin@easycareinc.com  or visit our website at www.easycareinc.com.

EasyCare, Inc.
Karen Chaton