One special case, a horse named Biene (meaning bee in German). She is a 25 year old Haflinger mare with big, brown, doey eyes and is a real fighter. Biene transited successfully back to barefoot after a speedy laminitis recovery.
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Foot welfare is so important across all equine disciplines, including polo. Polo Times UK caught up with FormaHoof & Cotterel Polo to see how problem feet might be treated.
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Negative Plantar Angle has been linked to many higher pathologies by peer-reviewed studies and has been linked to...
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White Line Disease recovery progress after the first FormaHoof application...
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The next day the horse’s entire attitude changed - no pain, moving better, strutted to the collection phantom and his subsequent collections doubled in output...
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