Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Spring Hill Florida
• Horses: 0
Trinity, I believe you. I agree with you. I certainly would trust you with all the experience you have in the Right way to do things. With my mare, his days are numbered. If his work on my horse is unacceptable, He will be told to pull the shoes and I will fix whatever needs doing.
I think I may go back to barefoot. The shoes are kindof a test to see if anything is ouching her feet/soles. So far she behaves the same. The first were steel shoes , and she was sensitive to the weight and got short strided, (she's a Tennessee walker). We went to a lighter shoe with an eased breakover in the front. She's still shortening her stride, and I have to work at keeping her in that long stepping gait. But due to my injury, I've only ridden her once with the aluminums. I'll have to decide if shoes are worth the walk down the road to the trail.
He is a mor-on.
My mare will be a nice model for my work after the class I'm going to take.
Last edited by princessfluffybritches; 08-01-2013 at 01:20 PM.