No Foot, No Horse: Foot Balance - The Key to Soundness and Performance

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This text explains why everyone involved in horse management should understand the principles of correct foot balance and the repercussions of good, bad and indifferent shoeing. Studies show that up to 95 per cent of all horses have some form of foot imbalance which will predispose them to injury. Common problems that can be attributed to faulty foot balance include: bad backs; bruised heels; hoof cracks; shortened stride/stumbling; arthritis; navicular disease/syndrome; chip fractures; sheared heels; and degenerative ...

No Foot, No Horse: Foot Balance - The Key to Soundness and Performance 1999, Kenilworth Press Ltd, Haslemere

ISBN-13: 9781872119151

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