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Most common, usually an easy fix!
8/20/2007 9:24:24 PM
Poor shoeing. Incorrect angles with no heels and too tight fit shoes
8/20/2007 7:59:20 PM
My horse is pigeon toed and his poor conformation really effects the strength of his hooves.
8/20/2007 6:44:49 PM
Does a horse's stress level/anxiety have to do with the health of his hooves?
8/20/2007 5:00:51 PM
A wet environment full of manure weakens the hoof & makes it susceptible to infection
8/20/2007 1:44:06 PM
WEARING SHOES IS THE #1 PROBLEM. BEING BAREFOOT RIDS THE HORSE OF SO MANY PROBLEMS
8/20/2007 11:31:10 AM
thrush and laminitis
8/19/2007 11:03:59 PM
Too many horses in boarding stable are visited by their owners infrequently.
8/19/2007 8:44:47 PM
no where near enough progress. a hideous disease!!!
8/19/2007 4:55:08 PM
8/19/2007 4:19:08 PM
Shoes! Horses need to be barefoot.
8/19/2007 4:09:16 PM
Nutrition - without good nutrition you won'thave a good hoof
8/19/2007 2:23:16 PM
cracks/chips in dry weather
8/19/2007 4:04:38 AM
8/19/2007 1:12:28 AM
navicular and white line also
8/18/2007 7:21:05 PM
Confinement, poor farrier practices, and diet are the leading causes of hoof problems
8/18/2007 6:47:19 PM
More education needed; especially for 1st time owners
8/18/2007 6:33:30 PM
every horse has this at some time in their life
8/18/2007 6:21:28 PM
Poor farrier work leading to bone/hoof damage; too many "farriers" not well trained but think they a
8/18/2007 1:37:17 PM
lack of upkeep by owner
8/18/2007 12:42:27 PM
Laminitis is still the leading hoof problem - Fortunately we discovered the Nolan Hoofplate.
8/18/2007 5:56:03 AM
I've been fighting WLD for years now and no matter what I do it always seems to come back.
8/18/2007 3:30:33 AM
for each 10 laminitis I observe less than 5 of the others.
8/18/2007 1:06:38 AM
hoof cracks can be debilitating
8/17/2007 10:28:20 PM
Had founder in the past and severe abcess this past spring
8/17/2007 10:09:36 PM
Farriers visits regular. Let the farrier get to know the horse before judging him/her.
8/17/2007 10:04:29 PM
Lack of regular foot care
8/17/2007 9:50:29 PM
genetics the day man man intervened the true horse died
8/17/2007 9:28:06 PM
incorrect farrier work absolutely
8/17/2007 6:35:48 PM
A disease that likely goes undiagnosed
8/17/2007 5:04:02 PM
people are lazy and stupid
8/17/2007 4:32:02 PM
8/17/2007 4:16:23 PM
Finding a good Farrier
8/17/2007 3:54:20 PM
This is a disease that will sneak up on you.
8/17/2007 3:22:59 PM
Navicular syndrome needs more funding for better solutions to deal with this. It is a devestating.
8/17/2007 1:47:07 PM
In Chicago area, there are too many unqualified farriers. Took 5 yrs to find a qualified one.
8/17/2007 9:43:39 AM
most problems result from being shod
8/17/2007 7:30:24 AM
Not allowing the horse to naturally wear his feet the way he should, therefore causing problems.
8/17/2007 6:28:25 AM
8/17/2007 6:26:04 AM
thin sole is the biggest problem. I think
8/17/2007 2:14:43 AM
This worry accompanies my war with obesity.
8/17/2007 2:07:54 AM
8/17/2007 1:56:02 AM
I think all of these can become top problems
8/16/2007 10:52:18 PM
many horses are overfed
8/16/2007 10:34:44 PM
Horse Show Shoe Tips
8/16/2007 9:37:54 PM
No foot No horse!
8/16/2007 9:01:07 PM
bad diet,bad shoeing
8/16/2007 8:55:07 PM
Poor trimming causes most foot problems.
8/16/2007 8:29:04 PM
8/16/2007 5:44:46 PM
Excellent farrier care on a REGULAR basis and footing that is proper and safe to begin with.
8/16/2007 5:39:19 PM
I have more trouble with abscesses than anything else, then thrush.
8/16/2007 4:59:08 PM
Many of these can be directly related to improper/inadequate maintenance programs.
8/16/2007 4:52:30 PM
Regular trimming (with or without shoeing) sould include a farrier's opinion of foot health.
8/16/2007 4:11:39 PM
8/16/2007 3:57:20 PM
8/16/2007 3:48:03 PM
too many people over feed their horses
8/16/2007 3:25:53 PM
8/16/2007 3:16:45 PM
Not taking hoof health/quality into consideration when breeding
8/16/2007 2:49:56 PM
PLEASE for sake of horse open mind to this http://www.naturalhorsetrim.com/
8/16/2007 2:04:26 PM
more so due to obesity
8/16/2007 1:50:32 PM
Improper trimming and shoeing by folks who aren't trained farriers.
8/16/2007 1:07:47 PM
When the thrush was gone & hoof trimming corrected, the lameness was gone!
8/16/2007 1:06:48 PM
teaching people proper hoof care ,how to evaluate your farrier
8/16/2007 12:28:31 PM
Lack of Proper Care by a farrier.
8/16/2007 12:24:57 PM
Laminitis can be prevented in many cases by good owner care (grass founder, obesity, etc.)
8/16/2007 11:29:44 AM
unnatural trims, shoes, poor nutrition
8/16/2007 11:03:57 AM
Poor circulation from wearing shoes plus long toes and contracted heels.
8/16/2007 10:44:55 AM
8/16/2007 9:53:38 AM
too many people are still not aware of the right way a horse should be trimmed or shod.
8/16/2007 9:32:11 AM
Shoes - these often contribute to all of the above...
8/16/2007 8:37:08 AM
8/16/2007 6:58:10 AM
Shoes cause more hoof problems than anything else.
8/16/2007 6:56:12 AM
It can strike any age, any time of year any type of horse.
8/16/2007 4:16:07 AM
letting the hoof grow too long between shoeing is the most detrimental issue for hoof health
8/16/2007 2:46:55 AM
Although laminitis is important, I have been battling white line disease for over a month now.
8/16/2007 1:18:04 AM
finding a quality farrier
8/15/2007 11:32:01 PM
Some times metabolic, sometimes from toxicity, no one knows for sure, and sometimes from some medica
8/15/2007 11:02:16 PM
Keeping horses in shoes all the time
8/15/2007 10:55:27 PM
Incorrect trimming and/or shoeing!!
8/15/2007 10:50:51 PM
8/15/2007 10:40:34 PM
8/15/2007 9:04:37 PM
shoes are the main problem of all the ailments to horses feet. They cause all the problems listed.
8/15/2007 8:29:45 PM
Shoes, pads etc.
8/15/2007 8:16:54 PM
Obtaining proper preventative health and farrier care. Proper shoeing for the horse's job.
8/15/2007 8:07:06 PM
alot of problems stem from horses being bred with too small of feet
8/15/2007 7:13:13 PM
improper trimming/shoing methods, which cause problems would be at the top of my list.
8/15/2007 6:59:29 PM
managing the appropriate amount of moisture
8/15/2007 6:52:40 PM
An unbalanced hoof
8/15/2007 6:48:29 PM
shoes are the major problem for most horses hooves and keeping them sound
8/15/2007 6:42:22 PM
8/15/2007 6:28:45 PM
shoeing or trimming let go too long create stretching of the white line in many horses
8/15/2007 6:06:48 PM
more orses need to be allowed to go barefoot
8/15/2007 6:03:23 PM
8/15/2007 5:31:58 PM
8/15/2007 5:27:34 PM
8/15/2007 5:06:32 PM
poor trimming/too long trimming interval
8/15/2007 4:32:25 PM
many of the problems listed can be traced back to poor trimming, shoeing and overall neglect.
8/15/2007 4:14:52 PM
i think prothesis applications should be studied
8/15/2007 4:10:59 PM
8/15/2007 4:09:43 PM
A basic lack of true knowledge of how form affects function by vets and mainstream farriers!
8/15/2007 4:05:50 PM
POOR TRIMMING, HORSES' SHOES
8/15/2007 4:03:05 PM
Finding a decent, reliable farrier that has a clue!
8/15/2007 4:01:35 PM
SHOES! Wild horses don't get most of the hoof diseases shod domestics do.
8/15/2007 3:51:50 PM
wrong food, bad ground conditions & poor care
8/15/2007 3:35:37 PM
iron shoes that cause most of the above listed issues
8/15/2007 3:27:40 PM
Shoes, solitary confinement, poor quality processed nutrition. Those are the root of hoof problems
8/15/2007 3:27:07 PM
8/15/2007 3:16:50 PM
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!!! Barefoot is soooooo much better for the horse.
8/15/2007 3:14:44 PM
Shoes are the problem. Go barefoot!
8/15/2007 3:06:29 PM
finding good farrier
8/15/2007 2:46:13 PM
8/15/2007 1:33:52 PM
also lack of expert farriers.
8/15/2007 1:17:38 PM
founder, laminitis, navicular and abcesesses + poor hoof care by uninfomred farriers
8/15/2007 1:12:25 PM
Poor and/or incorrect shoeing
8/15/2007 1:05:42 PM
improper trimming & shoeing
8/15/2007 12:48:05 PM
very easy to get infected &could lead to all other foot problem etc.lami,.andso on.
8/15/2007 12:36:26 PM
Improper shoeing. I see many horses with way too much toe and no heel.
8/15/2007 12:29:34 PM
Mainly a management issue, but still the top hoof health problem.
8/15/2007 11:37:31 AM
8/15/2007 11:18:32 AM
8/15/2007 11:02:45 AM
a lot of problems in my area stem from the farriers.They should be made to be licensed !!!
8/15/2007 10:56:59 AM
Over feeding seems to be a main cause. We just love our horses to death!
8/15/2007 10:51:23 AM
Tho laminitis is the most deadly, thrush indicates neglect/poor foot health masking other problems.
8/15/2007 10:48:56 AM
Also, long toe, low heel. Flat soles.
8/15/2007 10:42:55 AM
health of the frog is more important than previously realized
8/15/2007 10:39:33 AM
A Poor Farrier!
8/15/2007 10:27:56 AM
Lack of a good farrier!
8/15/2007 10:10:18 AM
Disasterious disease for horses and heartbreaking for owners who loose the fight.
8/15/2007 9:56:29 AM
White line is often a symptom of Laminitis to come. as abscesses are often a result of laminitis.
8/15/2007 9:41:37 AM
incorrect trimming and shoeing
8/15/2007 9:40:41 AM
Navicular, a cure must be found
8/15/2007 9:06:39 AM
Poor farrier work or too long between farrier work.
8/15/2007 9:03:48 AM
When a coffin bone moves inside of the hoof wall, its serious, and needs work.
8/15/2007 8:44:07 AM
Our personal experience is that the worst thing is a shortage of decent, well-qualified farriers.
8/15/2007 8:40:18 AM
people who insist on breeding horses with bad feet cause they can't do anything else with them
8/15/2007 8:22:06 AM
Vets need more farrier training. I have more problems with that.
8/15/2007 8:00:37 AM
Knowledge of owner and farrier not sufficient!
8/15/2007 7:59:28 AM
8/15/2007 7:56:58 AM
Putting metal shoes on horses' hooves is the most detrimental thing you can do.
8/15/2007 7:23:58 AM
8/15/2007 7:15:46 AM
coffin joint inflammation
8/15/2007 6:45:17 AM
thin hoof wall
8/15/2007 5:55:03 AM
8/15/2007 5:16:34 AM
8/15/2007 2:57:40 AM
poor hoof health and conditions
8/15/2007 2:49:09 AM
Lack of proper shoeing techniques and truly qualified farriers.
8/15/2007 2:24:20 AM
Poor trimming and shoeing!
8/15/2007 12:51:08 AM
finding a good farrier!
8/15/2007 12:42:28 AM
Chronic laminitis requires education yourself on prevention
8/15/2007 12:38:57 AM
Cheap uneducated "farriers" the biggest cause of navicular!
8/14/2007 11:54:04 PM
More research into causes is needed
8/14/2007 11:40:58 PM
more education needed for owners to evaluate farriers' work.
8/14/2007 11:39:44 PM
8/14/2007 11:16:56 PM
In my opinion shoeing is unhealthy for the hoof wall and is an unneccesary tradition.
8/14/2007 11:12:50 PM
8/14/2007 11:11:29 PM
8/14/2007 10:58:01 PM
Nav Dz - poorly understood. When diag. is correct, poor outcomes with few effective treatments.
8/14/2007 10:40:53 PM
In alot of cases i think Laminitis is preventible with the use of some common sense in horse feeding
8/14/2007 10:26:16 PM
8/14/2007 10:24:41 PM
Laminitis is brought on by so many different happenings that it is hard to prevent and take care of
8/14/2007 10:24:00 PM
Once white line disease gets established, it's very, very difficult to get rid of.
8/14/2007 10:20:40 PM
incorrect diet,confinement/lack of movement,and incorrect-un-natural hoof care
8/14/2007 10:19:40 PM
shoes and bad trimming are the main problems
8/14/2007 10:16:48 PM
Shoes are used too long and too often when not needed
8/14/2007 10:02:57 PM
improper trimming and showing
8/14/2007 9:42:18 PM
I believe that metabolic syndrome induced lamintis is on the rise and is a serious problem.
8/14/2007 9:40:19 PM
8/14/2007 9:23:28 PM
stop over breeding small hoofed horses & owners need to not be afraid to ask the farriers questions.
8/14/2007 9:17:56 PM
Improper shoeing causing contracted feet and incorrect alignment
8/14/2007 9:15:45 PM
finding proper shoeing for your horse and the work he is in!
8/14/2007 8:53:54 PM
I suspect there are numerous mild, undiagnosed cases of laminitis
8/14/2007 8:53:20 PM
lack of knowledge re correct hoof form & function
8/14/2007 8:51:29 PM
The misunderstanding of the need for barefooting
8/14/2007 8:50:02 PM
Hear about this way too much.
8/14/2007 8:28:53 PM
We have had major recovery problems from hoof abscesses.
8/14/2007 8:26:29 PM
Laminitis can destroy a horse (Barabaro).
8/14/2007 8:14:33 PM
Briahna has had an abcess for almost 2 years!
8/14/2007 8:12:38 PM
I think Barbaro proved how much of a problem laminitis is...
8/14/2007 8:07:54 PM
Too many people have shod horses that may not need to be and could benefit greatly going barefoot .
8/14/2007 8:05:14 PM
Approximate "natural lvi ng conditions for horse hoof health
8/14/2007 7:54:39 PM
abscesses and thrush, but you can only select 1
8/14/2007 7:51:31 PM
8/14/2007 7:44:32 PM
8/14/2007 7:42:50 PM
8/14/2007 7:29:21 PM
Going barefoot at least part of the time, with proper trimming, is very helpful in my experience
8/14/2007 7:24:23 PM
The lack of common sense amongst among practioners, SOMETIMES you should think logically before you
8/14/2007 7:23:35 PM
hoof conformation and size relative to the horse
8/14/2007 7:02:31 PM
farrier interest in new research is sadly lacking - they are stuck in the last century.
8/14/2007 7:01:30 PM
Unbalanced trimming or lack of trimming causes or exacerbates many of the major hoof problems.
8/14/2007 6:59:34 PM
Do owners ever clean the feet out! Plus overfeeding & foundering horses. From a farrier
8/14/2007 6:47:16 PM
8/14/2007 6:28:27 PM
8/14/2007 6:28:06 PM
so many people do not pick out their horses feet often anough
8/14/2007 6:20:33 PM
putting shoes (steel casts) on them, thereby eliminating natural hoof mechanics
8/14/2007 6:13:55 PM
Biggest problem is farrier incompetance. They need licensure and mandatory CE
8/14/2007 6:12:36 PM
horse shoes cause more problems than they help
8/14/2007 6:12:15 PM
Improper trimming leading to all of the above symptoms
8/14/2007 6:11:11 PM
Farrier not knowing what they are doing. I have had 6 farriers like this.
8/14/2007 6:09:25 PM
8/14/2007 6:07:49 PM
improper shoeing â€“ more people should consider having their horses go barefoot!
8/14/2007 6:05:05 PM
NAiling metal shoes onto the foot of a living being. Think about it.
8/14/2007 6:04:18 PM
I believe thrush is the most common but navicular the more serious
8/14/2007 6:01:38 PM
8/14/2007 5:48:21 PM
owner's who do not clean the hooves regularly are one of my pet peeves
8/14/2007 5:45:59 PM
I use plastic shoes to protect from rocky trails, barefoot got them sore
8/14/2007 5:40:28 PM
More frequent/proper trims & no sweet feed would eliminate most problems
8/14/2007 5:13:07 PM
Insufficiently trained farriers
8/14/2007 5:12:17 PM
Lack of knowledge with hoof form & function, and irregular maintenance/neglected hooves
8/14/2007 5:05:17 PM
Laminitis, abcesses, thrush and white line disease often go together.
8/14/2007 4:53:42 PM
ignorant people such as owners, farriers.
8/14/2007 4:42:01 PM
Be knowledgeable about the correct hoof care and work with your farrier
8/14/2007 4:39:20 PM
Too much starch, people not paying attention to what theyre feeding their horses for activity level
8/14/2007 4:38:30 PM
All the above. And add to that, proper (or improper) shoeing.
8/14/2007 4:22:55 PM
such a common secondary problem, we treat a lot of this and thrush too
8/14/2007 4:18:10 PM
Lack of routine, proper care!
8/14/2007 4:17:11 PM
To me Laminitis, is the top problem in a horse's health foot.
8/14/2007 4:11:38 PM
also shoes particularly puting shoes on young horses under 3, Feet are not fully developed
8/14/2007 4:09:47 PM
Finding a knowledeable, dependable,competent farrier is the top problem!!!!
8/14/2007 4:07:10 PM
Look what Barbaro went through and there was a lot of $ spent on him and still he lost his battle
8/14/2007 4:02:31 PM
shoes, which cause most all of these problems. and unknowledgeable trimming methods by ferrier's.
8/14/2007 4:02:23 PM
The average owner does not know how to spot a hoof problem.
8/14/2007 4:02:09 PM
Improper trimming and hoof balance issues, low heel, long toe
8/14/2007 4:00:17 PM
Big bodies horses, little tiny feet not a good combo.
8/14/2007 3:54:31 PM
8/14/2007 3:54:16 PM
While not the most serious, this is certainly the most common.
8/14/2007 3:53:15 PM
8/14/2007 3:47:34 PM
Poor farrier work
8/14/2007 3:46:34 PM
Horse Shoes !
8/14/2007 3:46:03 PM
too many horses with shoes on - I believe most horses can perform best barefoot
8/14/2007 3:42:37 PM
Breeding for a show ring leg and foot instead of untilitarian - people are the problem
8/14/2007 3:42:23 PM
bad drought for 3 years...white line is showing up a lot around here
8/14/2007 3:41:11 PM
Hooves that are too small for the horse and low (or almost no) heels.
8/14/2007 3:36:22 PM
Most if not all foot problems are man made, it's time to recognize that
8/14/2007 3:29:55 PM
improper shoeing and trimming contribute to most of the hoof problems can't find an excellent shoer
8/14/2007 3:27:18 PM
8/14/2007 3:09:38 PM
the antiquated practice of shoeing
8/14/2007 3:07:58 PM
Unnatural living conditions, high carb diet, improperly trimmed/shod hooves,lack of exercise.
8/14/2007 3:04:28 PM
alot of horses are being diagnosed due to inprovement in exam technolgody
8/14/2007 2:59:27 PM
crooked trimming and shoeing too small
8/14/2007 2:59:08 PM
Let's find a cure!!!!!!!!!
8/14/2007 2:55:58 PM
horse shoes, and bad farriers
8/14/2007 2:53:23 PM
Thrush is common but easily treated
8/14/2007 2:46:42 PM
8/14/2007 2:43:25 PM
Still a mystery to many and potentially deadly
8/14/2007 2:37:32 PM
Properly balanced feeding program to prevent most of above.
8/14/2007 2:37:12 PM
nutrition. vitamins and minerals, corn kills
8/14/2007 2:36:35 PM
incorrect and/or unnecessary shoeing effecting the natural growth & movement of the hoof
8/14/2007 2:35:04 PM
Improper trims, poorly trained farriers
8/14/2007 2:34:55 PM
8/14/2007 2:32:20 PM
we're breeding the hoof out from under our horses , a 1100 pound horse on a double 0 shoe is stupid
8/14/2007 2:31:52 PM
8/14/2007 2:29:35 PM
8/14/2007 2:25:24 PM
Improper trimming or shoeing
8/14/2007 2:24:28 PM
LAMINITIS-ALL THOERS ARE CURABLE.
8/14/2007 2:23:05 PM
Poor hoof walls and hoof condition
8/14/2007 2:19:49 PM
when it comes to navicular there aren't a lot of treatment options
8/14/2007 2:18:53 PM
feed, turnout, proper trimming, these cause/prevent all of the listed problems
8/14/2007 2:16:47 PM
too small of feet!
8/14/2007 2:14:38 PM
I think abscess are overlooked. Can be chronic if hoof too small for the horse & is a warning
8/14/2007 2:09:22 PM
Due to the abundance of high sugar grasses and obesity in horses, this seems to be a huge problem.
8/14/2007 1:57:37 PM
Improperly trimmed/shod feet. Long toe, long heel still too popular!
8/14/2007 1:54:12 PM
Hoof cracks, especially with how dry much of the country is. And the stomping at flies doesn't help.
8/14/2007 1:52:29 PM
Laminitis can happen so quickly; constant management required!
8/14/2007 1:50:56 PM
poor shoeing, unnecessary shoeing
8/14/2007 1:49:27 PM
long toe, low heels--shoes that don't return phone calls
8/14/2007 1:49:10 PM
8/14/2007 1:48:12 PM
All of the above. Often related to poor nutrition, housing, preventative hoof care.
8/14/2007 1:48:10 PM
Depends on individual horse and enviroment.
8/14/2007 1:39:11 PM
finding farriers that are qualified. Many say they are and they are not! they are the top problem
8/14/2007 1:37:00 PM
You simply need the absolute very best experienced and reliable farrier. Easier said than found.
8/14/2007 1:32:49 PM
General Hoof balance resulting in all the above.
8/14/2007 1:31:32 PM
good hoof care, proper trimming and shoeing a farrier or owner who knows when there's a problem
8/14/2007 1:29:11 PM
bad farriers, too much stall time and/or unhealthy environment.
8/14/2007 1:26:59 PM
All of the above
8/14/2007 1:26:28 PM
Bad trimming and shoeing
8/14/2007 1:23:51 PM
poor breeding practises
8/14/2007 1:23:10 PM
What have we done in our management practices that causes so much laminitis?
8/14/2007 1:23:08 PM
8/14/2007 1:22:51 PM
Horseshoeing in general
8/14/2007 1:20:31 PM
For me white line disease is an ongoing problem probably due to our wet climate
8/14/2007 1:19:28 PM
People who don't give their horses regular year round care from the best (not cheapest) farrier
8/14/2007 1:15:09 PM
shoes, stalling and diet
8/14/2007 1:14:17 PM
Poor farrier trims, poor hoof care, poor nutrition, bad genetics
8/14/2007 1:10:46 PM
Poor quality shoeing
8/14/2007 12:55:02 PM
Horses are over fed and not enough excercise.
8/14/2007 11:47:12 AM
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