firstname.lastname@example.org: Re: is this forging?
Re: is this forging?
Gwen Dluehosh (email@example.com)
Tue, 29 Apr 1997 00:45:06 +0600
Which legs is he hitting, the back ankle or the fornt ones?
If it' s the front, is he toes out?
My stallion will sometimes nick his ankles if I don't have him shod quite
right since he is toed out a little.
It's the front foot hitting the opposite front foot.
If it's in teh rear- I dont' know how to fix that one, but have seen many
endurance horses do it when they are tired.
Esp when they are going down lots of narrow trail.
At 11:08 PM 4/28/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Ok Teddy, here's another shoeing problem that for some reason I can't
>figure out nor can my farrier. This is not a forging problem, but an
>interference problem.. The horse travels at a trot and whacks the He..
>out of his inner ankles. He does not do this at the walk as he didn't do
>it two weeks ago at the slower level of Natrc (CP), but when I took him
>back to Open he started hitting him self again.
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