6 edition of No Foot, No Horse: Foot Balance found in the catalog.
October 15, 1999
by Half Halt Press
Written in English
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A field guide to hoof cracks. “The one thing consistent in all successful recoveries from a crack is the proper balancing of the foot to the horse’s conformation,” says O’Brien. “Without this, the crack will keep returning until proper balance is restored.” [For your barn: Horse Health Record Book & Horse Training Journal. In caring for your horse's feet, you not only want to see how the left and right halves of the foot are balanced, you also want to evaluate the hoof’s front-to-back balance. We call this dorsopalmar balance when we’re talking about the front feet, and dorsoplantar balance when we’re talking about the hind. You may also see the term anterior/posterior balance,. The Flipping Up of the Front Foot Link to this page! The flipping up of the front foot goes by several names, i.e. foot flicking, toe flipping, flippy wink, or combinations thereof. (The sole of the horse's foot is more visible, from the front, than in normal use.) This is a fault caused by a loss of correct connection from back to front.
[PDF Download] Horse Conformation: Structure Soundness and Performance [Download] Full Ebook. The importance of hoof care in maintaining the health and soundness of a horse cannot be overstated. The aphorism, “No foot, no horse” still holds true. The answer is quite simple really, balance the hoof capsule to the internal foot. I have been teaching students for more than a decade to balance hoof to foot. I have gone so far as to have three or more students on one horse at each course.
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