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        06-07-2012, 11:00 PM
    Green Broke
    I thought it was good to have a thick even hoof wall, and that it was the white line seperation you had to watch out for.
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        06-08-2012, 12:39 AM
    Originally Posted by poppy1356    
    The walls were to thick causing sand cracks due to not being able to flex properly.
    Must admit, I'm a little confused by what you've written. But the above sounds like rubbish IMO, if I understand it the way it's meant & is to justify thinning the walls.
        06-08-2012, 05:54 AM
    Green Broke
    Oh I guarantee I'm forgetting things. I honestly can't even repeat something right after I'm told, if it's not written down it does not stay lol. But at the time it made sense to me. The big issue is if she doesn't wear evenly or if she gets worse on gravel she will need shoes. He said it was hard to tell at this time how they would normally wear due to not being in balance. I know he knows what he's doing, there has never been a question of his ability. We switched away from him due to other issues which now the story has changed so not following everyone else anymore.

    Perhaps if I remember I will update in a few weeks with how they are doing.
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