Hoseshoe Art and The Art of Horseshoeing

HORSESHOE ART by Michael Eisenrigler

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The Art of Horseshoeing

Professor E. Coleman (1765 – 1839) said: “A proper mode of shoeing is certainly of more importance than the treatment of any disease, or perhaps of all the diseases incident to horses. The foot is a part that we are particularly required to preserve in health; and if this art be judiciously employed, the foot will not be more liable to disease than any other region.”

In order to keep your horses’ hoofs in a good healthy condition and natural balance, they should be trimmed or shod every six to eight weeks.

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