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  • Carole Herder Podcast interview Carly Kade Creative (4)
    I Had SO Much Fun being Interviewed on Carly Kade’s Podcast!

    On Rethinking Horseshoes, and the Evolution of Cavallos Carly Kade’s Podcast put the spotlight on Equestrian Author s and her interviews are world-renowned. Listeners know they’ll hear inspirational stories from popular horse book authors… Carly never disappoints.  This is why I was honoured to be asked invited as her latest guest. Join me and Carly! Here’s…

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  • Gabriella Lynn - Western Kentucky university horse hoof boot student researcher
    Student Researcher Receives Scholarship to Royal Veterinary College Following Cavallo Hoof Boot Study

    Biggest Congratulations to Gabriella Lynn! The Western Kentucky University (WKU) Equine Science Department recently released study results confirming Cavallo Trek Hoof Boots benefit horses. Now, the student researcher responsible for the study, Gabriella Lynn is in the spotlight again. She has been awarded a scholarship to London’s Royal Veterinary College (RVC).  There, Lynn will pursue…

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  • Cavallo hoof boots taking of metal shoes - barefoot horse
    3 ways to Ensure Your Success Transitioning Out of Metal Shoes with Ease

    Transitioning Out of Metal Shoes? At Cavallo, we spend much of our day helping conscientious horse owners, who are ready to make a life-saving commitment to their horse by removing metal horseshoes for good. The freedom to be barefoot and booted is the gift of comfort, protection and respect for what nature intended. Remember, horses…

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  • Cavallo Simple Hoof Boots - Laminitis and hard ground
    Soften the Impact of Hard Winter Ground

    Soften the Impact of Hard Winter Ground We were thrilled to get a message all the way from Estonia and, guess what? Even though they are far across the ocean they still deal with the same issues we do in North America. This poor horse wrangled Laminitis and is now braving the hard, frozen, Winter…

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  • Deana Womack - Navicular Syndrome disease - Cavallo Hoof Boots
    Wrestling Navicular? Trust your Gut.

    Wrestling Navicular? Trust your Gut. 🤠 “My vet wanted me to put egg butt shoes on with a riser wedge, due to my mates low heels. He said she was in the pre-navicular stages. Instead, I have this fantastic farrier that brought her heels up slowly with corrective trims. She has not taken a lame…

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  • Carole Herder speaks about hoof care - Cavallo Horse Hoof Boots
    Where Will Carole Be Next???

    Where will Carole be next???  I’m hitting the road next week because I have a mission, and I have to show up to tell you about it. I need to inspire and improve our lives with horses. When I work from home I make posts, videos, and write blogs and emails to try to support…

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  • Melissa Anne - Valentine - CLB Hoof Boots for Laminitis - Cavallo Mini horse
    We Reached our Goal Today!

    Laminitis Held Valentine Back WAY too Long – Then she Got CLB’s! A few months back, Valentine started wearing CLB’s so she could keep moving comfortably while she fought Laminitis.  Here’s today’s report – and t’s a GOOD one! “We reached our goal today!  Valentine was back in the cart for the first time in…

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  • Mini Horse recovering from fracture and Laminitis in Cavallo CLB Hoof Boots
    A David and Goliath Story (Not so Much!)

    Ouch! This story is action packed and we certainly feel for the owner of this feisty little mini!  It’s amazing how just a few quick moments can change everything so much… Big Kudos out to Wendy at Cavallo for her help with Kimchi! Be careful, this one’s a tearjerker… So, I acquired KimChi from a…

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  • hoof boot advice
    Extreme Weather Patterns and the Hoof

    Watch the Video Here! Your horse’s hoofs consist of living tissue. Just as with our own hair, nails and other cellular structures, nourishment is important. Cellular strength, wholeness and integrity are affected by environmental factors. Extreme weather patterns can indeed affect the hoof, but just because the weather seems to be overreacting; doesn’t mean you…

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