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corrective shoeing

Just wanted to say that trying to correct an older horses way of going, such
as to stop interference can cause a whole new set of problems. Many horses
have traveled one way for so long, that when you mess with the way they
travel, you can actually come up with lameness'. Use caution, talk to your
farrier AND vet, and then do any changes very, very slowly. Watch for new
heat, filling and such in the joints after changes. Just my $.02 worth. One
of my favorite business cards from a farrier said "Corrective shoeing

Jonni in Calif. where conditioning in heat is no problem!

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