A few weeks ago, I was lamenting to a friend about the decided lack of representations of the shoeless horse in the horse world. I mean, every piece of jewelry, sign, and T-shirt uses the horseshoe as a symbol of the horse. But for those of us who don’t believe horseshoes are in the best interest of our animals, we’d rather not use that particular image to symbolize the significance of the horse in our lives. “Why don’t you design a sticker?” she said. “Everyone likes stickers!” And since I had to start somewhere, I decided that was a great idea.
The result is a 3-1/2″ square sticker featuring an image I took of a feral horse’s beautiful hoof whose trim is provided courtesy of extreme movement over abrasive terrain – a true “natural trim.” The removable backing directs the sticker holder to this website, in case you want to hand them out as a means of promoting natural hoof care and/or hoof care education in general.
The silk-screened vinyl sticker is coated for UV protection and is rated for 5 years of outdoor use, so you can put them on tack boxes, trailers, bumpers…anywhere you want to display your support for our barefoot friends.
Order your stickers here, and help spread the word!
P.S. I’ve also added a Products section to the sidebar on the right. Stay tuned for more items…