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    Re: [RC] Horse hits himself - Allegra

       That was a very bold statement. I have found over time that people who seem the most sure of one answer  know the least.  Perhaps you should be a little less blunt with your answers.
     Still thank you for your response,
    p.s. My mother has been trimming and shoeing horses for 20 years, she's been shoeing my horse for about 7.
    ----- Original Message -----
    Sent: Monday, July 15, 2002 12:22 PM
    Subject: Horse hits himself

    Your horse is doing this because his hooves are not balanced.  Over time he is liable to develop arthritis in the joints due to the imbalance.  You should find a new farrier.