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Performance And Conformation

At higher levels of competition, understanding how a horse is put together becomes increasingly important
It’s natural for hoof-care professionals to focus primarily on a horse’s lower limbs as they work, but a general knowledge of equine anatomy and conformation is also important. This knowledge becomes more critical for those who work on performance horses. The higher the level of performance, the more critical that knowledge becomes.
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Success With Show Horses Demands Managing The Schedule

Managing the schedule of show horses requires careful planning and thorough communication with the footcare team

For about 20 years, I have worked at busy 3-day eventing, endurance, dressage and driving barns. These barns range in size from a half-dozen to 3 dozen horses. Over the years, I’ve developed a strategy for managing show barns that fits most disciplines, regardless of size.


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Rely On Concave To Grab More Ground

So why has it taken North American farriers so long to grab onto concave, the most English of all shoes?
While concave shoes have been popular for decades in the United Kingdom, they're only now starting to catch on among American shoers.
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