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  • Congratulations from Cavallo!

    Cavallo would like to take a moment to congratulate all the grads out there. We know how hard you’ve worked to get where you are. Way to go! Have a fun and safe time celebrating your achievements! A special congratulations to Eali. The team at Cavallo is wishing all the best for you next year…

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  • Cavallo at Western States Horse Expo

    Western States Horse Expo is our preferred equine trade show. It’s always warm and it’s always sunny. The attendance at Sacramento was a bit down due to the herpes virus but it was still fun with lot’s to see and do. We particularly loved the little saddle bag for sleeping dogs. The exciting events like…

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  • Update: Transforming to Hoof Boots

    I am so grateful to my friend, Mary Sutherland, a horse trainer for 30 years and a certified Parelli instructor for 8+ years, for introducing me to Carole of Cavallo in Blanco, Texas at the “America’s Favorite Trail Horse” event. I was entry #220 and despite my horse, Tippy, starting to display some signs of…

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  • Spring is here!

    Some spring tips from our favourite vet Dr. Hermen Geertsema. Spring Grass – The grass is finally starting to grow, which is great for those who put horses on pasture or have hay fields but also means we have to be careful with Insulin Resistant horses that are prone to laminitis. A great option, once…

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  • Transforming to Hoof Boots

    I am Donna Jensen of Paradise Valley, AZ. I have shown horses successfully since the age of 12, beginning with my quarter horse, Susie Duke, two-time Western Pleasure “World Champion.” Recently my interests have turned away from breeding and maintaining horses in training and the show ring and more toward fun, relaxation and enjoying our…

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  • Spring Tips from Cavallo

    1. Make sure you don’t put on too much lip gloss when brushing your shedding horse. 2.  After riding bareback remove your pants before sitting on your white sofa. 3.  Before your first ride make sure your horse is not too high on Spring grass. Above all else, have a fun and safe season of riding…

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  • Hoof Boot Stories

    We get calls everyday from customers thanking us for providing a product that is able to help their horse stay barefoot and more comfortable.  This is one of our favorites. I have used the simple hoof boot on all three of my horses for the last 4 years. I run my horses barefoot, but when…

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  • The Barefoot Battle

    The big controversy today is the birther battle. But in the conscious horse owner world, it is the barefoot battle. Click below to watch this video for a little comic relief. [youtube id=”t-jrMHpO-6s”]

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