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    jb, you don't have to feel bad for me. ...

    jb, you don't have to feel bad for me. my experiences have turned my opinion to where it's at. I've worked with great farriers and great trimmers and I've watched horrifying ...
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    Inspections and requirements

    I have a wonderfully built Irish Sport Horse mare. While she is young now and I'm not ready to begin breeding (although I bred for her -she is my dream horse), I have always wanted to get her...
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    Schoolmaster - there is a big difference in a...

    Schoolmaster - there is a big difference in a barefoot trim and a trim that a lot of farriers (not all) do. A barefoot horse should not have it's sole pared or flushed flat, the concavity of a...
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    I completely agree with everything said here....

    I completely agree with everything said here. Switch to a barefoot trimmer, you may be able to get your performance horses going barefoot too. My old man (OTTB) had horrible, terrible hooves, heels...
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    asterix, it's hard not to be discouraged with...

    asterix, it's hard not to be discouraged with injuries like this -I appreciate your input, and I certainly want what is best for her. If she has to be a pasture pet, we have room for her to be, and...
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    asterix, they wanted one follow-up appt, ...

    asterix, they wanted one follow-up appt, which we had and were given a plan to bring her back into work, the vet advised within a week of her being home I was to start under ...
  7. I like the haylage suggestion. I was a ...

    I like the haylage suggestion. I was a working student at a large barn near NYC, founder prone horses got haylage, it worked great for them. it was not stored in a heated area, so i don't...
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    I'm not sure if it's been suggested yet or not,...

    I'm not sure if it's been suggested yet or not, I had a vet suggest desitin baby butt ointment applied every day until it's healed, the scratches scabbies started falling off on day ...
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    DDFT injury, rehabbing question.

    My mare sustained an injury to her DDFT back in May during turnout at the barn she was boarded at. Ended up with a hole in her tendon, a severed ergot, an inflamed tendon ...
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    I have a mare....

    Hi! I have a ISH mare who will be 5 this next year by Steeped in Luck out of a TB mare I used to own. She is AWESOME and has been from day one! Her temperment is wonderful, I started her under saddle...
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