Computerizing the Hoof

"The biggest problem as I see it," quips Wendy Wergeles, 20-year trainer and event rider of Cottonwood Farm, Los Alamos, Calif., "is that horse owners and even novice competitors understand very little about their horses' feet. They hire a farrier to shoe their horses and hope the job got done well without really knowing how to evaluate whether it did or not."

How can farriers explain to

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