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Bentley3006

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bare foot or shoes

The horse iv had for a year has always been bare foot and he goes really well he's always been sound and iv never had any problems with him. The two horses i owned before him wore shoes one of the was always losing his shoes and getting abscess in his feet, i just wondered what people think. I don't think i will go back to shoes as long as my horse is ok and stays sound.??????????

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K i t c h e n Designer Glasgow

K i t c h e n Designer Glasgow. Thirty Ex Display K i t c h e n s To Clear. www.exdisplaykitchens1.co.uk £ 595 Each with appliances.


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K!tchen Design Lancashire Reviews

If K!tchen Design Lancashire can do it so cheap then how come every other **** company want so much.

 


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horseyhol

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please help!

 Hi my mare went lame then went ok and now she tracks up fine on one side, but the back leg she was lame on she doesn't track up on in trot, sound in walk. however she can still gallop around her field doing massive bucks and leaps..

but its just in trot she'll track up fine one side but the other she wont and her back leg wont come 100% under her..

any ideas?

farriers looked, physio, and she was booked into a lame centre vets but she turned sound on the day and they told us not to ...

kevinhiatt

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Manuka Honey 12+

I have been told that Manuka Honey 12+ (expensive) is used with some success in treating Horses by Liverpool Vet Hospital (Equine) also Homeopathic Practitioners plus the NHS Hospitals. At least we don't have to get the green mould (penicillin) that grew on the skulls of people hanging in a gibbet.

Katieandpilgrim

Katieandpilgrim

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