Shoeing in the Frontal and Horizontal Planes

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When evaluating horseshoeing, many people don't look at the hoof correctly, according to Hans Castelijns, DVM and farrier based in Italy. "There are the sagittal, frontal, and horizontal planes (illustration included in this story)," he said in his presentation "Shoeing in the Frontal and Horizontal Planes" at the 16th annual Bluegrass Laminitis Symposium in Louisville, Ky. "You can have

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