Type: Posts; User: Peter026
Mega bucks.............On this side of the pond £650
Congratulations on the new purchase Patty
Bad luck on the Ring worm, and how the heck do you find time to ride :)
Give them two each ;)
6 YO Exmoor mare on 24/7 turnout, she eats grass:lol:
In winter, Nov/ March, she gets ad lib hay and an evening feed ot fast fibre.
Some one with a bit of sense, totally agree
Here is an article by Jim Ferrie FWCF
I think you have answered your own question ;)
What's mechanical lameness? It's either lame or it's sound
Well, that's a new one on me. Colour makes no difference to the feet.
I agree with George, Butlers will probably be your best bet
Grass tips maybe?
Without Pic's everything is just conjecture.
A picture paints a thousand words :yes:
Simple question from the OP, so here is a simple answer.
Put shoes on only if the wear exceeds the growth.
Your horse will let you know when he needs shoes.
Drugs. The administration to a pony of any drug or substance that is not a normal
constituent of horse feed and is listed as banned in Annex B to the Regulations is
From the HPA...
Yup, that's what we use to "pooh pick" the field every day. We have two Shetlands and one Exmoor in the field.
We used to tie a bicycle inner tube onto a tie ring and then tie the horse to the tube, he pulls back and the tube stretches. Might be worth a try.
Tom, the frog plate is completely adjustable when malleable and on the foot, check the site http://www.imprintshoes.co.uk/fitting_instructions.htm
This side of the pond this shoe is the latest in the armoury
Take the good advice from your Vets, after all they have seen the foot and are best placed to advise on the treatment plan.
After the initial flu and tetanus as a weanling, lt's flu every 12 months and Tetanus every 24 months.
You're welcome :winkgrin:
Yes, have a close look at a chronic lamanitic horses dorsal wall, just below the coronet band you will find an indentation, this is where the coronary cushion has flattened and compressed resulting...
The CB does not rotate at the acute stage but starts to rotate when it reaches the chronic stage, ie deformed hoof has started to grow due to damaged lamellar and the underlying corium. in a normal...
The pull of the DDFT does not cause CB rotation, neither does any other Tendon/ligament