Hi, agree w joe n jaydee - its not boots your horse needs . If they were healthy hooves but chipping be kept short - near sole level, & edges bevelled/rolled.
But as you say her feet are crumbly, agree that it sound like diet &/or nutrition are a big factor. Wall infection may be part of the issue too, and being cooped up that much and being shod will also be faactors. Id be striving to give the horse a healthier lifestyle & loooking into diet n nutrition. Whats her diet on hard ground, that's likely to be from imbalanced or insufficient trimming - walls should
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