Hoping for Renegades under your tree this year? There is still time to place your Christmas orders! Orders must be placed by Monday, December 17, in order to be processed and shipped in time to be received by Christmas.
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Tevis 2012 was a great year for Renegade® Hoof Boots! A huge congratulations goes out to those riders who signed up and rode in Renegades. Renegades were first used at Tevis in 2009, and each year has seen an increase in the numbers of riders who are using them. This year, 13 riders started in [...]
Love the variety of colors Renegade® Hoof Boots offers? Did you know all of our horse boot colors are always in full production and always readily available? Multiple boot colors can be a nightmare for a horse boot manufacturer, but our production methods allow us to quickly change production colors on the fly which means our [...]
Hey, Renegade® riders! Are you planning on riding the Tevis this year? If so, we want to hear from you. We’re planning on sending a couple of representative up to the ride, for both pre-ride booting as well as ride day assistance. For planning purposes,we’d like to get a head count put together as soon [...]
Riders, we want to hear from you! Share your excitement and success with Renegade® Hoof Boots by submitting your stories and photos, and get a Renegade® t-shirt! In order to be eligible, submissions should be a detailed write-up (500+ words) and include at least two pictures. Renegade® Hoof Boots need to be clearly visible [...]
by Kirt Lander Why go Barefoot? That is a good question, but a better one is: Why nail metal shoes to the feet of a horse? I’ve yet to see a foal born on my property with those U-shaped metal loops on their feet. Furthermore, there is no logic whatsoever in the idea that [...]
A letter from Kirt Lander to the organizers of the Man V Horse Race held in the UK concerning the fact that barefoot/booted horses were excluded from the event. Dear Man V Horse Organizers and Officials, My name is Kirt Lander, a hoof care professional, endurance competitor, and President & CEO of Lander Industries Inc., [...]
by Kirt Lander | Originally posted on the Ridecamp forum 3.27.12 The laminitis season is upon us. So many causalities can contribute to this affliction. High sugar-content hay, heavy grain loads, stress, illness, vaccine reactions, etc. One thing is for sure, however, the old methods of treatment with heart bar shoes and stacked wedges are giving [...]
By Kirt Lander | Published in the January/February 2007 issue of Equine Wellness Magazine| http://equinewellnessmagazine.com/art/aV21_24c.php Diet concerns A natural diet and feeding schedule is another key to successful transition. The wild horse roams many miles each day, constantly grazing and foraging for his meals. This keeps a near constant flow of material moving through his [...]