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Tip Of The Day: On Horses That Hit Their Knees Or Shins

Updated: Mar 13, 2023

Don't narrow the inside toe on the hoofs of the horse that hits his shins or his knees. He is already too narrow there; and in all probability will have to be made much fuller at the inside toe and also built up in height at that point before he will go clear. He will look as though his toes are much too full at the inside when he is in proper lateral balance. That the tip of the day!

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