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  • Maia Chaput Trimmer Farrier Cavallo Hoof Boots
    Trimmer Maia Chaput – Barefoot with BIG Goals

    Meet Cavallo Trimmer of the Month – Maia Chaput I first met Cavallo Associate Seller and Trimmer Maia Chaput at the PCHP Conference back in 2019. We had a great time meeting everyone and we learned so much. Meeting Maia was a pleasure – it’s always fun to run into a fellow Canadian when traveling!…

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  • Cavallo CLB Hoof Boots - Train on any terrain
    A Barefoot Show Horse?  Can you Really Have it All?

    Show Training your Barefoot Horse on All Terrain is Possible! I love getting questions from you all in response to the fun newsletters we send out. This Summer, someone who enjoys driving with their miniature horses asked about how to keep them barefoot. They want to keep their minis’ hoofs as healthy and natural as…

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  • United States Pony Club Cavallo Hoof Boots
    Cavallo Awards Pony Club Members

    Big news!  We’ve got a fun, new perk for high-achieving United States Pony Club (USPC) certification members! You may already know that we enjoy an Affiliate Partnership between Cavallo and the USPC. We just launched a new program that will award all members who achieve their H-HM/H/H-A Level Horse Management Certification with a pair of…

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  • Team Cavallo Hoof Boots - Emma Massinagale
    Team Cavallo Happenings – May 2020

    Proudly Sponsored by Cavallo – Here’s Some Team Cavallo Happenings – May 2020 A Grand Welcome to Thea of Crazy Shetlands! The CLB Boot has been trotting the globe lately, and they’ve just landed in Norway, the Crazy Shetlands Instagram page!  Welcome to the team! Thea is an extremely active horsewoman who never seems to…

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  • Image of Jody Childs on her horse while doing a gaited clinic.
    Jody Childs

    I first met Jody Childs at a trail riding event several years ago and was enthralled by her warmth, kindness and very apparent natural horsemanship. Jody and I chatted for several hours through the course of a few days in between trail competitions. She is the most refreshing and best combination of talent and humility….

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  • A trainer along with people who have all participated in a horse clinic.
    4 Simple Clinic Tips

    Clinics are great  and simple opportunities to receive riding tips and advice from some great trainers. But if you’ve never ridden in a clinic before, attending your first clinic can be an intimidating experience. These simple clinic tips can help you to prepare so you’re ready to ride and learn at your first clinic. Research…

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  • Reduce Your Impact in the Saddle

    Our horses’ backs must support our weight and help balance us as we ride. Whether you’re jumping a course or heading out on a trail ride, the simple act of being in the saddle means that you have a significant impact on your horse’s back. Luckily there are a number of ways that you can lessen your impact in the saddle.

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  • Cavallo advice on Managing the Mud Headache

    It’s summer time and some of us are struggling with the conditions on our properties. If your area is very wet it can negatively affect your horse’s feet. Does mud on your farm seem to be a never-ending struggle? Mud can pull shoes off, negatively impact your horses’ hoof health, and can even make walking in your pastures a challenge. Try out these mud management tips around your farm to reduce and minimize mud.

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  • Summertime Challenge: Explore New Territory

    Summertime is right around the corner, and that means that there are plenty of ways for you to enjoy some time with your horse. I’d like to offer up a summertime challenge for you: Explore new territory with your horse this summer. As riders or horse owners, we sometimes become set or settled in our…

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