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    10-19-2009, 04:13 PM
Well, I hope you can get the boots one day. =) Save those pennies.

Hmm, just the way you described them, I had very different hooves pictured in my mind.

A pigeon toed or toed out horse, is not necessarily a lame horse, as your vet told you, so that's not the issue. Wonder if you could post some pics of her soles or email them directly to me, if you don't want them up on here. I may have an idea, and it's just that, but I need a recent pic to be sure.

Happy trails! Today is hubby's B-day, so we are off to grab dinner and go watch the Broncos play tonight.
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    10-19-2009, 10:37 PM
Happy trails! Today is hubby's B-day, Tell him Happy Birthday, from me.

so we are off to grab dinner

and go watch the Broncos play tonight. Oh you poor thing..... ;) At least the weather is agreeable.
    10-19-2009, 10:40 PM
How do you mean by a 'pic of the sole'... like, how... picking her leg up and getting a shot straight down or from the side, showing the bottom of her hoof? Sorry for asking, I just wanna be clear before I get a pic tomorrow and it not be the right one...

I can get pics tomorrow after we get home from town... but they won't be posted until tomorrow night, probably... as I have a lot of things to do tomorrow.
    10-19-2009, 11:46 PM
I am going to hazard a guess that she means something like this.
    10-20-2009, 02:16 AM
Oh... ok, I just wasn't very clear on it.

Thanks! I'll get them tomorrow and hopefully the pics will be up tomorrow/later today some time... probably sometime after the sun sets, though, because I have a lot to do... but I'll get pics.
    10-20-2009, 08:24 AM

I agree with what Barefoot has told you. I would be interested in seeing a range of hoof pics, not just the whole sole. The hoof pictured from side-on & front-on from near ground level, and also sighting down the sole from the heel, to get an idea of concavity & heel height would be helpful.

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