11-10-2009, 12:20 AM
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I don't blame you! For almost 2 years I had a Farrier not doing a great job on Nelson's feet.
Long toes, run in heels. All Nelson's pressure was being put into his toes.
The first sign, was that Nelson wasn't able to keep a shoe on if his life depended on it and his feet were cracking drastically.
I had a new Farrier come and take a look and he was shocked. Nelson angles were WAY off and his breaking point was autrocious.
When he started to trim out his toes, he surfaced brusing and blood.
It was not good.
Took a long time to get his feet back to where they need to be.