Shoeing Reiners: Focusing On The Fronts

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When it comes to keeping reining horses performing at their best, it is all about the fronts, according to Dutch farrier Ronald Aalders. If not enough consideration is given to how the fore feet are shod, problems will arise.

In this webinar, Aalders surveys his approach for shoeing these horses. He pulls from his experience in working with horses at all levels, including AQHA and NRHA World Champions and multiple futurity champions in the United States, to provide insight on overcoming various problems that may arise when shoeing the front feet. And while the focus is on reining horses, Aalders delivers advice that can be helpful across other disciplines.

This Online Hoof-Care Classroom is eligible for one continuing education credit from the American Association of Professional Farriers. After viewing this classroom, you may submit your CE credit request here. The AAPF/IAPF CE program does not automatically guarantee recognition of any CE credits by any state veterinary licensing board. Please check with your state’s board for approved CE events.

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