Hooves are the equine athlete's silent supports, absorbing and adapting to stresses of all kinds. To be at their best, hooves need regular attention from you and your farrier throughout the year.
If you’ve applied common sense and helped your horse grow strong hooves through proper nutrition, frequent and suitable exercise, regular farrier care, and early detection of problems through careful hoof monitoring, you’ve improved your chances for success.
In this free report, we provide you with tips for keeping your horse’s feet healthy, from practicing daily hands-on care to taking baseline photos for later comparison. We’ve also included a seasonal checklist to use as a guideline as to when and what maintenance should be done.
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