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Front Limb Lameness w/r Hind Limb Alignment
Lameness - Inevitable or Avoidable
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Hoof Form Relating to Hoof Function
De-mystifying Hoof Mapping & The Barefoot Trim
Back End of a Horse
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Dispelling the Myths
Dissection of the Lower Limb
Lame to Sound

Best Practice in Equine Foot Care

Equine well being

Quite simply, the well being of the horse and the benefits of correct shoeing, trimming and foot preparation affects the whole horse. A farriers' job is to maintain or restore skeletal alignment, which in turn allows the soft connective tissue such a muscles, tendons and ligaments to work to their optimum performance without causing undue stress.

Corrective and Curative effects of good Farriery

Conditions that Natural Balance, remedial farriery can positively affect include, but are not limited to:

    How we can help you

    We will show you how a balanced foot should look and how to map your horses feet to assess distortions which affect your horses soundness, way of going and ability to absorb concussion. Through us you can find the latest research and diagnostic developments and also good, sound knowledge from the past.

The second event of the the 2014 Calendar will be the E.L.P.O. 2014 Hoof Mapping & Recognizing Distortions DISSECTION Workshop click here for more information.
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