- Nov 13, 2007
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I saw this video and thought it was super interesting. I've never seen any shoeing like this before:
We do the same. My farrier is a barefoot farrier and has used different types of "glue ons" in different situations. She's pretty awesome with founder cases.Interesting product. I can see how it could benefit a wide variety of horses and disciplines. I'm fortunate to have pretty good feet on my horses,so I keep them barefoot and just use Easy Boots on my old gelding in the summer.
I don't get it. Admittedly, I'm not a horse person. But unless the horse has some hoof "problem" or damage. Since the shoe is gonna be nailed on in addition to this....what's the point? Just to protect against bruises? And isn't air exposure to the frog kinda important?