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I have never heard of Cytek shoeing, it looks interesting.

My farrier does natural balance shoeing, which I have noticed makes a HUGE difference. My bratty mare had a weird break over in regular shoeing. She was always short stepping in corners and tripped a lot. I switched her to natural balance and I couldn't get over the difference. Her movement has become smooth, her feet look so much better and she doesn't short step at all anymore. Natural balance shoeing is recommended by the lameness specialists I have talked to over the last few years.

Steel Natural Balance Shoes - Equine Digit Support System, Inc.
thanks for the link, this looks interesting as well. I just personally don't like to shoe my horse and then watching that video about what the regular shoes do as far as like making the hoof wall the only means of support... not okay with me haha.. this natural balance shoe looks like it has more support than the regular shoe too

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