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Date Posted: 06:16:26 07/17/06 Mon
Author: Megan
Subject: Joep and hooves

Hello everyone,
I tried posting this before but it didnt show up. I was told by someone that imported friesians get chipped up hooves from the change in climate and that I should keep shoes off of him for a month or two. Has anyone had anything like that happen?
Also, Joep will be arriving in the states on wed!! I can pick him up this Friday. I have waited so long. I cant wait! 5 more days and I will officially own a friesian horse!!
If you can check on him before he leaves, that would be awsome!! Pleaser do and let me know. Thanks.

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