Online Extras: May/June 2018

This page lists material that supplements the May/June 2018 issue of American Farriers Journal.


Gain more insight on the foot of Przewalski’s horse

Read, "Physiology, Foot Morphology And Health In The True Wild Horse"

(Supplement to "DNA Tests Reveal Przewalski’s Horses Are Feral" page 10.)

Gain more insight about the coffin bone

Read, “Hoof Care And The Coffin Bone.”
Downloading the free eGuide, “Illustrated Anatomy And Fractures Of The Coffin Bone.”

(Supplement to "'Miracle' Horse Competitively Jumps Despite Missing Part Of Coffin Bone" page 16.)

Shoeing the Western Pleasure Horse

Watch videos of Mike Chance discussing some of the lessons from the day. – COMING SOON
Learn about what research revealed about lameness frequency with Western performance horses.

(Supplement to "Staying Out of the Horse's Way" page 22.)

Gain more insight from Bobby Menker

[Video]  Traction Considerations To Enhance Performance

Read Keep Your Footing In Addressing Traction Concerns

(Supplement to "No Bells and Whistles, Just Keep It Simple" page 32.)

Looking for Lameness During a Pre-Purchase Exam

Read more “Thoughts on Shoeing For Performance,” as part of the Friday Summit Lunchtime Panel, presented by Delta Mustad Hoofcare Center. – COMING SOON

Steve Kraus, head of farrier services at Cornell University, discusses how he handled a jammed coronary band case. – COMING SOON

Dusty Franklin, the owner of Five Star Horseshoeing School, covers a coffin bone fracture case. – COMING SOON

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