If you keep on top of keeping an eye on things and making sure the hoof has time to 'breath' and dry. But its easy to loose track when your taking care of 20 horses.
My point is make sure the bells actully fit properly. You could have the best quality bells in the world but if they don't extend over the back of the hoof it won't work. I've never had a problem with professionals choice no turns, as long as they fit. I just buy cheap tuff rider bells with the fuzzy around the top. The rubber is thick, they are well made and they are cheap, like $18 a pair.
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