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Re: RC: Re: Re: Re: barefoot
Ok, where is your data to support what you are
saying here. Any one can bad mouth or say someone is a scam ect., but where is
your data to prove what you are saying? I've got mine.
You are suggesting that all horse that do an
endurance ride barefoot are going to be sore as you quoted >>>you think you horse is fine without shoes to do
training and competition go
right ahead, but when you are through take a
pair of hoof testers and see for
I HAVE tested my horses sole with hoof testers
after completing a 50 mile ride totally barefoot, and there is no
difference before the ride or after. So you are hugely incorrect on this
I HAVE seen more horses than I can count that was
PERMANETLY healed by pulling the shoes, giving them a proper trim, and better
living conditions. How does this possibly turn into a negative
>>>I have seen these methods and other
fads and have made
them comfortable with shoes.>>>
I am interested in PERMANATELY healing the horse
not putting a band aid on the problem. Sure you can put shoes on, and mask the
problem for now, but when you take off the shoes you still have the same
problem(s) or worse that you started with. No this is not a scare tactic,
just good ole' common sense.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2001 4:03
Subject: Re: RC: Re: Re: Re:
One thing you people need
to realize is that the Strasser Trim Book is full
of mis qouates and half
truths when she refers to the other equine
proffesionals findings, from
Moyer, Politt , Rooney and others.
I know, I have all the
references with the full statements and videos she
refers to. She reffers
back to one reference from the 1830's and disregards
findings from later
publications and research.
The pictures and senarios in the book
also show the affects of horse owner
neglect and equine professional
ineptness- in other words scare journalism
to sell a book and a
method in which most horses are trimmed to be in pain
for 30 or more days.
I have seen these methods and other fads and have made
comfortable with shoes.
People it is a scam!!!
and a trade off " shoeing is a necessary evil". If
you think you
horse is fine without shoes to do training and competition go
but when you are through take a pair of hoof testers and see for
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