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NYC Carriage Horse Foes Waving The White Flag?

After spending millions of dollars during a 4-year quixotic campaign to criminalize the New York City carriage horse industry, an animal rights organization reportedly is waving the white flag. Or are they?
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Clients who make it clear during conversations that they see good hoof care as an essential part of being a good provider for their horses are sending you a message, says John Suttle.


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Summit Attendees Gobble Up The Whole Hoof-Care Package

Attendees take home 4 days of nonstop education for their practices
It's not surprising that the 2015 International Hoof-Care Summit (IHCS) continued to set record numbers in attendance. It offers the most diverse lectures about farriery, plus the largest trade show in the world. The IHCS is the only place where the farrier industry can get the whole package in one place.
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Are You Investing In Your Footcare Practice?

For 26 years within the pages of Poor Richard's Almanack, Benjamin Franklin shared pearls of wisdom that were incredibly popular. Many of them are still repeated today. Of all the gems that Franklin set in type, there's one that shines brighter than all the rest — "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest."?
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International Equine Veterinarian Hall Of Fame

Five Honored For Lifetime Contributions To Hoof Care

Honoring a dedication to their craft and a life-long achievement of high- quality work, the 2013 Hall Of Fame classes features five talented individuals
Two farriers and three equine veterinarians were inducted into the International Horseshoeing Hall Of Fame and the International Equine Veterinarians Hall Of Fame during the 10th annual International Hoof-Care Summit in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Because of the typical lack of balance in a low heel and long toe situation, French hoof researcher J.M. Denoix says the foot often loses the ability to restore itself back to normal. This is due to permanent damage to various internal structures such as the way the navicular bone is connected to P2 and P3.
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