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  1. Trimming Books

    Hi guys, what are the best recommendations for books on trimming & barefoot hoof care? I already have Pete Ramey's Making Natural Hoofcare Work for You, and Feet First by those English ladies. Thanks in advance.
  2. I wanted to thank you all for your thoughts comments and prayers. I had to put Riley down this morning. The strain on his back legs became too great for him to bear and he was in too much pain. While his loss is an emotional burden for me, I'm glad that he is finally out of pain and at rest. I hope that awareness of this product might help someone else save their horse. I would be curious to find out if it works. Edited to add, just in case it was ambiguous... I HAD NOT had the chance to put the cinches on yet. This is not a case of the hoof cinches failing to help. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ My horse Riley foundered about five weeks ago. I think my vet is going to recommend putting him down (based on her tone of voice when she left the message on my answering machine.) I found hoofcinch.com while researching online and sent the link to my farrier. His reaction wasn't positive. His opinion is that if he's never heard of it, it must not be any good. My opinion is, if the choice is try something new, or just put my horse down, I'd like to try something new. I'm curious if anyone has used this? Naturally the website only shows the good testimonials. I'd like to know if anyone has tried it and had it either not work, or make the problem worse.