The saying “no hoof, no horse” is spot on. A horse with bad feet cannot be expected to perform to the best of their ability, especially over a longer period of time. They might not be able to do certain things or might be more prone to injury long term. Luckily there is plenty of hoof care available to keep them in the best condition we can.
Specialising in thoroughbreds, we have seen our fair share of poor feet. We have also seen lots of methods on how to improve and maintain them. So get our top tips on everything hoof related, from nutrition to good practice to seasonal hoof care.
Scottie had the farrier this morning and it’s only when I see his front feet without his shoes on that I really appreaciate just how flat Scottie’s feet are. He… Read More »Why I would never choose a barefoot trimmer