Shoeing for Performance in the Sound and Lame Horse

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This standard text for farriery students is revised and updated to include the various changes that have occurred in farriery over the last six years. It aims to help the horse owner to understand the reasons why a horse is shod in a particular manner. Emphasizing the importance of a good working relationship between the farrier, the horse owner and the veterinary surgeon, it explains the anatomy and physiology of the limbs and detailed chapters on the causes and treatments of lower limb lameness and specialized showing for ...

Shoeing for Performance in the Sound and Lame Horse 1995, Trafalgar Square Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781570760334

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Shoeing for Performance: In the Sound and Lame Horse 1995, The Crowood Press Ltd, Ramsbury

ISBN-13: 9781852238827

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Shoeing for Performance: In the Sound and Lame Horse 1989, The Crowood Press Ltd, Ramsbury

ISBN-13: 9781852230586

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