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Learn about the severity of different kinds of hoof cracks. Read more

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Laura Kelland-May invited female farrier Jess Paveley of Hufeisen Shoeing Company into the studio to discuss some of the challenges she has faced being a female farrier as well as equitation tips Read more

Proper heel support is essential to a healthy hoof, a sound horse and good performance.  It is especially important for hunters, jumpers, horses with long pasterns and those who genetically have low heels. Read more

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Navicular disease in horses is usually diagnosed only when an obvious lameness is present. It is possible, however that a number of clinical signs are evident to the careful observer some 18 to 24 months before the onset of lameness. Read more

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Tips on taking care of a horses feet with laminitis during the winter months. Read more

Hoof Care

A successful ramp-up of activity in the spring will be determined by your horse’s hoof health over the coming months. Take action now to get feet in tip-top shape, and keep them healthy for your horse’s lifetime. Read more

Hoof Care

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When it comes to discussing the “shoes vs. barefoot” aspect of horse care, avid proponents of each approach eagerly tell you that their way is the best way Read more

Equine Wellness

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The condition of a horse's hoof can tell you a lot about the condition of the horse's health. Read more

Equine Wellness

Laminitis is a broad term describing inflammation of the laminar tissues of the foot. Impact can range from mild to catastrophic. Read more

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Celebrate your new arrival this spring, and give him or her a healthy start with these tips to handle "Foals' Firsts": Read more

Equine Wellness

Attaching a piece of solid wood to the bottom of a horse’s foot seems counter-intuitive. Shouldn’t the foot have the softest possible cushion under it, not something solid? Read more

Hoof Care

This infection is believed to be caused by a variety of opportunistic fungal and bacterial agents. Infection of the frog is either thrush or a less recognized infection in the central sulcus of the frog. Read more

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