it doesnt amaze me at all how little *good* info many horse owners have, especially when incorrect anecdotal and heresay - such as inability to correct rotation for eg - is so commonly bandied about still, even by some farriers and vets who havent learned about recent research and practices, etc. it does however amaze me that you say this in light of your last post, which some could call 'insanely uneducated'! The amound of bad info and lack of good is one reason why I think owners doing their own study is so vital.<br />
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Last edited by loosie; 01-09-2013 at 12:34 AM.