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Style Meets Function In Hoof Boots

We all remember those carefree days as a kid when school let out for the summer. After a long winter wearing hard-soled shoes, our toes were finally free to run through the grass and kick up dirt. But, oh how it hurt to go barefoot those first few days until our tender toes toughened up. it's the same with your horse's feet. If you pull off your horse's shoes ? either because he has some kind of foot issue, or just to give his hooves a chance to flex and rest, his feet may be tender, too. Most horses? feet will toughen up with time (and you can use Venice turpentine on their

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