11-25-2007, 09:41 AM
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Thanks Vidaloco for your comments. I told the girl at Hemphill (the Horse Farm where the horse is) that I had never seen it before. She just said that the horse had excellent feet. They did look very healthy. He was barefoot actually. But the substance looked like it would keep out anything from getting into the hoof and definitely make picking out the hoof not necessary. I actually like the idea, but you raise a good point. Why would they have filled it in with that to begin with. WOuld you recommend getting a horse that's 20 years old? He's pretty old, but seems healthy. Again, thanks for answering.