My horse was barefoot when I got her, but on the advice of my Farrier, a very talented one at that, and my intended job for her, she got her horsey nikes.
We keep every shoe from each shoeing, labeled and dated, to track her wear pasterns on each foot.
Right now, her right feet show a slightly toe out wear pattern, but w suspect that's me leaning to that side.
Turns out a quick trip to the chiropractor to tune me up, and straighten me back out, should do the trick.
Its rained all weekend, so no rides for us to test the theory yet.
I do recommend that you consult a Farrier as to thebenefits and drawbacks of shoeing, and make the decision that is nest for your horse.
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