Horses are likely to sustain coronary band and hoof wall injuries at one time or another. These injuries can carry long-term performance and soundness consequences. An owner should consult a veterinarian as soon as he or she notices a horse is injured and should work with the veterinarian and farrier on the best treatment plan for a positive outcome.

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