Originally Posted by koomy56
I am interested in this myself, as I have been trimming for a few months and am wanting to learn all about it. :)
I googled your question, and this interesting website came up. It only had a small paragraph about corrective hoof care, but it might help you! The other information is interesting too. The STifle of a Tennessee Walker gaited horse
Haha... I was actually reading that EXACT same information, but on a different site (Stifle
). That's what made me think of doing the corrective non-shoeing in the first place.
It says "the farrier can frequently alleviate the problem via corrective trimming/shoeing," which makes me think he can trim without shoeing. But then it goes on to tell you different types of shoeing that can be done, without saying anything about trimming : /