This video discusses the physiology of the horse’s hoof and how it functions.
This video is part of the 2008 Equestrian Academy Sessions made possible by University of Nebraska and Purina Mills. It is narrated by Nate Allen, of Allen Farrier Service-Juanita, NE and Central Community Technical College-Hastings NE. This video is made available to you through www.eXtension.org/horses.
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2008 Equestrian Academy, University of Nebraska
- Introduction to Hoof Function and Terminology
- Anatomy of the Horse’s Hoof
- Physiology of the Horse’s Hoof
- Horse Hoof Trimming Principles
- Determining the Correct Horse Hoof Shape
- Trimming Unbalanced Horse Hooves
- Reasons to Shoe Your Horse
- Unbalanced Development as a Result of Shoeing
- Horse Hoof Bruising and Corrective Shoeing
- Corrective Shoeing for Horses and Conclusion