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[RC] Swiss boots? - Kristi Schaaf

I browsed the archives, but couldn't find anthing more
recent than four or five years ago. Anyone currently
use Swiss hoof boots in endurance? I just had a
barefoot trimmer trim my horses today for the first
time and I can't BELIEVE how much I learned from him
in such a short time. All the little voices in my
head, the ones that told me that my trained-to-the
hilt Certified Journeyman Farrier wasn't trimming my
horses the way they needed, were quieted today. I had
it confirmed that no, hoof wall/white line separation
and flare is not 'just how he is', and no, a dish in
hoof wall growth is not normal. Anyway, we talked
about boots and the trimmer mentioned Swiss boots. I
told him that I would be willing to give them a shot
next spring, and I'd love any feedback that anyone has
on them. I have approximately 12 pairs of different
sizes/types of easyboots, epics and bares, so what's a
few more boots in the tackroom, eh?
Kristi iluvdez at yahoo dot com

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