ridecamp@endurance.net: low heel, high heel

low heel, high heel

L Eisele (nevadaghostridr@webtv.net)
Wed, 2 Apr 1997 17:53:56 -0800

Another angle on angles..regarding Laney Humphrey's post on the high
(club foot)? and lower heeled hoof
Had gone to acouple of Deb Bennett clinics where Deb went into
horses shoulders and the fact that they are suspended from a sling (sort
of) attached to the body. She talked about crookedness and when a horse
leans or pops (not sure if the same) a shoulder, the foot on that side
is usually lower and larger compared to the foot on the other side. A
result of leaning and crookedness.
Would like feedback on this and if this and not heredity is
responsible for some club foot like hooves. Linda

Linda Eisele & Sareei and
hubby, Allen and the General nevadaghostridr@webtv.net

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