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    12-17-2012, 09:53 AM
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Muddy Gateways etc

Hi all, just wanted to share with you an amazing product I have recently purchased! Im sure like me most off us are sick off this winter and our fields being left as pretty much ungrazeable, my horse has mudfever and I have lost count off how many shoes have been sucked off by the mud!. I have tried a rubber matting kinf of product a few years ago in my gate ways and to be honest it was not up to much, it sank, became brittle and broke up when we tried to move it. I visited Your Horse Live and saw a company called Towncroft they were very helpful and had a product on display which looked to be a new improved version of this concept. Anyway I got round to ordering off this company and it arrived four weeks ago, my husband installed it and I have to say I am so impressed, I now have turn out for my Thoroughbred who hates being in so I needed to do something, mud fever is a problem off the past touch wood and for the first time this winter she has kept a set of shoes on so far, her attitude has now improved no end now she can be turned out. If any off you are having the same problems look at the following website Towncroft
     

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