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Date Posted: 02:58:02 09/19/06 Tue
Author: Jenny
Subject: shoes
In reply to: Jenny 's message, "Shoes" on 02:56:55 09/19/06 Tue

>>Does anybody know if a horse must be shod while
>>attending a Kuering? Thanks
>Hi Frank;
>Nope. Shoes are not mandatory. I've shown numerous
>horses without shoes.
>There are horses who's balance/strength and movement
>improve with shoes, so if possible evaluate the horse
>and/or discuss it with your farrier.
>Be sure to review the guidelines for shoes, should you
>decide to put them on, because it used to be they
>didn't allow pads.
>Good luck!

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