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[RC] Shoes and slipping - Sheila_Larsen

I think  it may depend on the type of shoe.  Wide web may slip differently
than a narrower shoe, rim shoes may slip differently from the previous two.
Small studs may also affect slipping (ok that may be the point of studs
,<grin>   ) Notice I didn't say which one slip more or less than the
others, but i remember not slipping as much with a rim shoe as they seemed
to provide more traction..  The way the horse moves may cause any of the
shoes to slip differently as well as the surface  factors.  Just a thought.

The wind flew.  God told to wind to condense itself and out of the flurry
came the horse.  But with the spark of spirit the horse flew by the wind
   - Marguerite Henry's King of the Wind


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