01-11-2013, 06:21 PM
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Thanks guys for your advice. I'm in california up at the 3000 ft. Level and right now its in the 20s at night and goes into the 40s in the day. The reason I wanted to know is my trainer wanted to go for a 3 hour ride around a mountain by my home. We had a dusting but everything was covered and then the ice, because it was raining before the snow. I will bring a pick with me and spray pam or olive oil spray on the bottom of their front feet before I leave.
So the pam or vasiline will prevent the balls from forming? We have to cross a road that is paved so I was really concerned and now I feel much better knowing what to do. If they were bare foot I wouldn't have any problems but I have quarter horses with little feet and I did take the shoes off the back and it too them a year to adjust.