Articles by Nicholas B Denson

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Inside the Perimeter: Setting The Shoe Back

Shoeing to support caudal support that doesn't have to be complicated and helps a lot of horses

As we all know, each association has its own set of guidelines for judging competence as far as certifications and competitions are concerned. However, the "perimeter fit" is not the only method for shoeing a horse, though many times it is the most appropriate one.


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Tackling Angular And Rotational Deformities In Foals

Foal deformities are becoming severe enough to warrant corrective shoeing or surgery
Most foals are born with some degree of deformity. However, most of these deviations are minor and correct themselves without any intervention by the farrier or equine veterinarian. In some cases, attempts to correct what appear to be deviations in a foal result in irreversible damage and deformity later in life.
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