While you have your horse on a schedule for farrier visits, there are still other things you can do to help maintain your horse’s healthy feet between trimmings.
How to be set up for success with your Farrier, from our pro Mitch Taylor.
For the safety of your farrier, veterinarian, yourself, and anyone else handling your horse, you need to be able to handle all four of his feet and legs.
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Your horse’s feet are vulnerable to whatever may be on the ground, and a puncture wound can be deadly.
Take aim against seven common hoof-care mistakes that can put your horse’s health and soundness at risk.
Use Ken McNabb's tips for hoof care and trail-prep tips for a safe, fun trail ride.
Hooves respond to other nutrients as well, so a well-formulated hoof supplement should contain zinc, iodine, and methionine, in addition to biotin.