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Outstanding website, Steve. Great information and quite an education for someone like me. Thanks for taking good care of Whisper!….see you soon.
Can photos be posted?
Apparently not, as best I can tell.
Woohoo! What a beautiful site and so helpful to “green” horse parents. I worked through the caloric intake and low exercise numbers for my mare and now have a better idea about increasing her exercise. Thank you!! This site is a must-see for hoof care. judy
There is a wonderful feeling I receive and my horses receive, a herd of four mares and a colt (gelding) of two years named Zeke. “Confidence” the handling as well as the trim is all for the well being of the horse. He takes the time it takes! Sounds like more of the “natueral” horsemanship we all need to study. Steve is not a “git er done” kind of guy. He makes it a better place for horses and humans and I certainly like that.
Zeke is making good progress in handling thanks to the attitude Steve brings to the barn.
I’ve just “found you” and and absolutely delighted!
Thank need a week to read all your Valuable information.
I have a FB page “the study of the equine hoof” in its baby stage so your info is invaluable to me.
Thanks, Lindsey! I’m glad you’ve found my information to be of some use!