Re: High / Low

Lavinia Fiscaletti

You trim each foot to be what is best for that foot - not to match any other foot. Over time, in the vast majority of horses, you likely find that when each foot is trimmed for what it needs, they will end up being very similar (barring major conformational issues).

Also need to actually parse out what is truly conformational and what is pathological/adapted to the pathology. Many times, things that are considered to be conformational are not.


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