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    Shoes on Horses

    Shoes on Horses
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    Well, did that catch your attention? Who shoes horses anymore anyway? Here we are on a HOOF BOOT site and I'm gonna talk about SHOES on Horses!  Why DO people...

    Lola the Retired Racehorse Chapter 7 “It’s Show Time!”

    Lola the Retired Racehorse Chapter 7 “It’s Show Time!”
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    Lola and I have been busy these last four weeks.  Our first time out was a Dressage schooling show.  Despite how calm and relaxed she has become going to the...

    Lola the Retired Racehorse Chapter 6 “Spring”

    Lola the Retired Racehorse Chapter 6 “Spring”
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    Spring is in the air and Lola has been blossoming.  This last month has been busy with many trips to our local park for trail riding.  These trips are very...

    TRANSITIONS? YES! TRANSITIONS!

    TRANSITIONS? YES! TRANSITIONS!
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    Are you having issues transitioning your horse from shoes to barefoot? DON'T GIVE UP! For some horses transitioning from shod to barefoot is a quick and easy proposition. For others...

    Of Course the Environment Matters - Keeping the Ridden Horse Barefoot Part 3

    Of Course the Environment  Matters - Keeping the Ridden Horse Barefoot Part 3
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    Of course the environment matters for keeping the ridden horse barefoot successfully. By environment, I mean all the places your horse works, plays and relaxes in. Ask yourself honestly: Where...

    The Right Angle!

    The Right Angle!
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      Last post I talked about that 45* angle that should be trimmed onto the hooves. I want to expand on that a bit to make sure that everyone understands...

    Lola the Retired Racehorse Chapter 5 “Event Lines”

    Lola the Retired Racehorse Chapter 5 “Event Lines”
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    Today I'm going to write about Lola’s hooves, specifically the horizontal lines presented on the surface of her hoof wall.  Often referred to as Fever Rings, Growth Rings, Hoof Rings...

    The Journey of a Thousand Miles- Keeping Ridden Horses Barefoot Part 2

    The Journey of a Thousand Miles- Keeping Ridden Horses Barefoot Part 2
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    Movement is key for healthy barefoot feet, as well as for healthy brains and bodies.

    Achieve movement in as many different ways as possible; turnout, ridden work, ground work, in hand work, even the use of a horse walker; all these can all help you get to an adequate mileage.

    If hoof protection is required, then by all means use it. By hoof protection I mean hoof boots and pads. Hoof Armour looks interesting, as do some of the clip on plastic shoes, but I do not class steel horse shoes as protection, because they impair the natural physiological function of the hoof.

    And please remember to have fun with your horses. The journey of a thousand miles is a long way, and a long time; best to have some fun along the way.


    "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." Lao Tzu This should be the motto of all barefoot horses, because, in the absence of pathology and assuming...

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