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Re: [RC] Shoe-pulling horse - Sarah W

Another possibility is to check with your farrier for
a different type of shoe.  I have a gelding that loves
to yank his shoes off with the aide of fencing.  My
farrier found a plastic or polyurithane type of shoe
that acts like a flip flop, so to speak.  If they
catch the heal, it will flop back into place, but is
still hardy enough for daily training.  I have no idea
on the details or price of the shoe, but it might be
worth looking into. 

Lansing, MI

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Re: [RC] Shoe-pulling horse, Ed and Wendy Hauser