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        11-30-2012, 10:12 AM
    Poppy those easyboots are 50 a boot I know anything extra when doing shoes cost more. I had to put pads on my gelding with shoes it cost 10 dollars more. So with borium and pads it will be right up there. Easyboots I think will be cheaper in the long run then doing shoes every eight weeks. Depending on how much you ride those easyboots should last for a couple of seasons or better.Well that's what iv heard anyway.
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        11-30-2012, 10:25 AM
    There are a few posts about boots in the trail riding section, and maybe the endurance section and a few other places.

    I've heard the Renegades are awesome and am saving up for a pair myself. You can get them studded too.
        11-30-2012, 10:59 AM
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    These boots would be used for a max of 4 months. I have one trim scheduled for the end of January and then the next appointment will be time for shoes already. So because of that I'm really hesitant to buy anything really pricey. I think I might wait to see what this winter brings. I do not have an indoor so it really depends on weather.

    My farrier showed me what to watch for to make sure she isn't wearing to much. And he said if I start to notice signs she may, then it's time for boots.

    And why do they sell boots individually?! I mean who needs one flippin boot? Unless you destroy one but then they should have a seperate add to buy one as a replacement. I got all excited thinking I could order a pair for $50.

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