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Customers that are rehabbing a horse are often anxious and distressed about making a wrong decision that may affect their horse’s health and wellbeing. This can make it tricky in initial interactions when building trust with customers. Other treatments may need to be discussed before you can recommend hoof boots.


Here are our tips to help lead the customer through rehab problems and incorporate hoof boots as a potential solution: Read more...

Your customer has received their Scoots and watched the video, but they are unsure if the fit is right. Asking your customer to send you a photograph of the Scoots on from the front and the side can cut down on unnecessary travelling. You will likely already have in your mind that this customer may need to go up or down a size, or to change fit from regular to slim. Read more...


Joan fell into the rehabilitation side of farrier work 30 years ago with a little 2 year old newly broken mare that came up lame. Farriers all recommended various shoe and bar options which Joan did not see as fixing the issue. Joan had heard about the great work Dave Ridge had been doing with Jonathan Fields' horses and asked him to take a look at the mare’s hooves. Dave observed that her whole hoof capsule was twisted. Dave pulled off all her shoes, trimmed, and worked on her. Read more...


Your unique selling proposition (USP) is what sets you apart from your competitors, and draws customers in need of what you have to offer to your business.

Determine your USP by asking yourself three simple questions. Read more...

Stacy Pratt has been a stockist with Scoot Boots for over 3 years in the USA. With over 6,000 followers on her Heartland Scoot Boots Facebook page, Stacy offers great personal service to her customers through her social media platform. You will often see Stacy’s helpful advice to new stockists on our Stockist Community Page. Read more...