I have used Easyboot Trail boots and would also highly recommend them! When we first got them, we used them in place of shoes on our Morgan, whom we drove on the road, several miles multiple times a week. We didn't like the idea of the lack of shock absorbency shoes provide, and how slippery they can be without borium(?) on them. They held up wonderfully AND were easy to use, as well as simple to fit. This cart horse just flew down the road, and the boots never flung off or moved. Driving on gravel you could tell she was more comfortable, as well. Now we use them on our Paint mare for trail riding, and they also work wonders. She gets a bit 'ouchy' on rocks and stones, and these really help her walk over them without wavering. They are the same four boots from our Morgan, and still are going strong.
My only negative experience with them is you might encounter some chafing if you over-use them, which they do warn about how many hours/miles per day of abuse they can take. Occasionally small stones will find their way in, but don't really affect mine whole lot. For a pleasure trail rider they are perfect, especially for what I need them for. Just use them on any rocky trails you go on for extra support, and for 'healing' time in between, stick to dirt, field, and grass to ride on.