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shock absorbing pads
>second. He also said he has reset the honeycomb pads 6 or 7 times before
>they disintegrate. He doesn't shoe too many distance horses but does a
>lot of very big (read heavy) event horses and hunter/jumpers.
Well I used the honeycombs last shoeing and I find it hard to believe that
they would last even 1 shoeing on a distance horse. In two weeks time and
I didn't ride much due to all the shoes being thrown maybe 5 rides max,
Blue had wear and tears on the honeycomb pads. Actually a little tear had
already started, I ride in wash or rocks. I doubt whether they will last
for distance riding at all and would never use them again.
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