Advanced Equine Comfort to Present at Kentucky Horseshoeing School

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Easy’s Slipper workshop to highlight therapeutic benefits of glue-on shoe

Next week, Advanced Equine Comfort (AEC) will present a workshop on Easy’s Slipper® to the Kentucky Horseshoeing School. Mitch Taylor, director of the school, has invited Sue Blair, founder and CEO of AEC, to present the history and mission of Easy’s Slipper. Jack Conway, vice president of research and development at AEC will present the latest product developments occurring in the horseshoe lab. Dave Giza, farrier and owner of Genesis Farriers, will present client case studies that showcase Easy’s Slipper and the therapeutic healing qualities of the innovative glue-on shoe.

“We are thrilled to present our shoe to the Kentucky Horseshoeing School,” said Blair. “It’s an honor that Mitch Taylor saw the value of Easy's Slipper and that he wants his students to have access to another shoeing tool to heal and provide for horses.”

During the workshop, Taylor’s students will learn how to apply the shoes to the hoof in an interactive demonstration by Giza. Giza has used the shoe on laminitis, navicular and post-surgery cases and has seen vast physical improvements in all horses after wearing the shoes for just a few weeks.

“I’ve been using Easy’s Slipper on many of my clients' horses that have hoof diseases, as well as chronic abscesses, ring bone and even flat feet,” said Giza, “I really believe in this product for growing healthier hooves and treating degenerative hoof problems, and I am excited to teach the student farriers at the Kentucky Horseshoeing School how to use and apply Easy’s Slipper.”

Kentucky Horseshoeing School Executive Director, Joe Police, joins Taylor in welcoming the Advanced Equine Comfort team. “We want our students to know about the therapeutic benefits of Easy’s Slipper,” said Police. “I want them to take advantage of this product so they can make a difference in horses' lives.”

About Easy’s Slipper
Easy’s Slipper is a lightweight glue-on made from flexible durable material that lasts the full six to eight week shoeing cycle. The Slipper allows for the natural flexion of the hoof, while reducing pain and lameness. Additional therapeutic benefits include healthy hoof growth, as well as reduced pain, inflammation and stress on the ligaments, bones, joints and tendons. Regardless of the discipline, any horse can benefit from Easy’s Slipper innovative horseshoe alternative. Learn more at http://www.advancedequinecomfort.com and like us on Facebook at facebook.com/EasysSlipper.

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