Easy's Slipper | Better Shoe - Better Horse | Advanced Equine Comfort LLC
Sue has danced with horses since she was three years old. She and her first horse jumped their way through south Florida shows. There have been 20 horses in Sue's life, presently nine, all who have lived with the promise to be together until death parts them. Every horse has taught her a part of her collective knowledge, which allowed her, with farrier Stacy Henson, to invent and patent Easy's Slipper® A lifelong journey and relentless quest to make horses' lives healthier, happier and better through cutting-edge and ancient technologies, her boundless energy makes her always look for solutions. She lives with her husband Jack, four dogs, three cats and nine horses on their 48-acre farm, where Sue also operates the educational foundation she created 22 years ago, which explores the human potential through equines. She graduated from the University of Florida.
Jack Conway began his infatuation with horses at age five. His professional life involved the management of a multi-million dollar financial services company. After retirement, he married Sue Blair and rekindled his life-long love of horses. He helped bring Easy’s Slipper® to the forefront of technology by converting prototypes to CAD images, which could be 3D printed to streamline the productionn process. “Everybody in this business claims shock and vibration qualities, but we want numerical data to back up our product,” said Conway. This logic led Easy’s Slipper® to engage with a nationally recognized engineering firm to test various products under consideration, as well as competitive products. Easy’s Slipper® will set the new standard for shock and vibration dissipation with the science to prove it. Jack is a graduate of The University of Alabama.
Georgia Robert began riding at age five with her aunt, a former trainer of Olympic eventing horses. She grew up riding Dressage in Atlanta and rode hunter jumper for university in 2002, competing in Nationals for her school in 2003. Georgia met Sue in 1994 in Highlands, NC, where she began taking lessons with her pony, Babe. In 1999 Georgia's parents asked Sue to find a horse for their daughter to ride. She found Fast 'n' Easy, the horse Easy's Slipper® is named after, and the Robert family donated Easy to the farm. Sue and Georgia have a life-lasting friendship and continue to ride together.Together, they have worked to make Easy’s Slipper® a reality. Georgia also spent many summers teaching riding lessons at Carpe Diem Farms kids camp. She earned her undergraduate degree from Emory University and her graduate degree from University of Chicago. She now competes as an eventer in Area III and trains in Athens, GA.
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