Day 3 — January 26, 2017

Hall Of Fame farrier Mike Wildenstein kicks off the third day of the International Hoof-Care Summit with his presentation, "Are You Considering More Than The Feet When You Trim And Shoe?" #IHCS

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University of Central Lancashire biomechanics researcher Dr. Sarah Jane Hobbs discusses how uneven feet affect locomotion. #IHCS

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Hall Of Fame farrier Roy Bloom is giving a forging demonstration at the Tennessee Farrier Supply booth in the #IHCS Trade Show. Come on by.

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Congratulations to Dan Bradley, the late Ivon Bell, Henrik Berger (who was not able to attend), Craig Trnka, Larry...

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Congratulations to Bryan Fraley, Debra Taylor (who could not attend), and Renate Weller (who could not attend) for their inductions into the International Equine Veterinarian Hall Of Fame. #IHCS

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Lebanon, Ohio, farrier Gunner Gatski entertained #IHCS attendees during his acceptance speech for the International Horseshoeing Hall Of Fame by sharing how he "almost became famous for nailing on golden shoes." Enjoy!

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Brian Hampson addresses the effects of various trimmings on foot morphology in the Castle Plastic "Advancing Farriery" lecture at the Summit. #ihcs

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