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Re: [RC] Hoof Armor - Lysane Cree

But she would be able to tell us if it stayed on or whether it flaked off. Although it can be hard to see on the hoof, if you wet it after a ride, you can see if it is still shiny (and still there) or if it is just hoof. I haven't done any super rocky rides or anything longer than a 25 (first 50 this weekend!!), but the only time it flaked off was when I first started using it and applied it too thick or did not clean the hoof well enough first.

----- Original Message ----
From: sherman <sherman@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2008 7:23:44 PM
Subject: [RC] Hoof Armor

Her horse has tough black hooves. I believe she told me he needs nothing on
his hooves, sooo, using it on Tevis on a horse that really doesn't need any
protection won't really prove anything about Hoof Armor (although I know
others that use it and say it does help) but will prove that some horses
with tough feet can do Tevis without shoes or boots (:>) assuming that she's
gotten permission and is able to complete the ride.


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