Originally Posted by MegMol
hi does anyone know what type of shoeing is best for windgalls? I was thinkin natural balance. Anyone agree/disagree? X
Oh and I don't think that any kind of corrective shoeing would help windgalls... but that's just my opinion. Windgalls are a swelling and a lameness that eventually get less painful. Cold hosing and icing-- as well as rest should help relieve wind galls.
I would only use corrective shoeing if my horse had a lameness such as navicular (I hope not.) or a very serious conformation problem. Other then that find a shoe that fits your discipline/work type and horses living conditions.