WHAT DOES A HEALTHY, WELL BALANCED FOOT LOOK LIKE?

Browse our article library below for the very best information from respected farriers and veterinary surgeons.

Deepen your understanding of how vital healthy feet are to your horse’s well being, from HPA to contracted heels, this is where to look .

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Diagnostics Featured Hoof Care Lameness Skeletal Soft Tissue

What happens when a horse needs a CT scan?

THH talks to Asto CT about their new standing CT scanner When things go wrong

Daily Management Diseases & Conditions Featured Hoof Care Lameness Nutrition

Laminitis – recognise the risk factors

Farriery Featured Hoof Care

Shoeing wet hooves

Steve Butler, discusses the problems which occur when shoeing wet feet So it’s that time

Farriery Featured Hoof Care

Do all horses need shoes?

Farrier Ricky Gache Dip WCF ATF, discusses the question – do all horses need to be

Hoof Care

What is laminitis, or founder in horses and why is it so dangerous?

Edward Busuttil DVM CertAVP(EM) MRCVS, explains why laminitis, or founder in horses, should always be

Hoof Care

How important is it to shoe horses regularly? The hoof pastern axis and its effect on soundness

Kirsty Leśniak, SFHEA, PGCE, MSc, BSc (Hons), senior lecturer at Hartpury, explains her research into

Daily Management Diseases & Conditions Hoof Care Nutrition

New study to help identify ponies at high risk of laminitis

A new study led by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), in partnership with the Waltham