Shoeing and Balancing the Light Harness Horse

Shoeing and Balancing the Light Harness Horse
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Originally published in the 1910s by the Horse World Company, this classic book describes how to shoe and balance light harness horses in a clear and concise form, and presents 40 practical cuts of horseshoe. It is intended more for the beginners, the shoer, owner and trainer, than for the experienced in the business.

Contents Covered:

  • Introductory
  • The Treatment of the Colt's Feet Before Shoeing
  • The First Set of Shoes
  • Sore Feet and Sour Dispositions
  • Knee-hitting, Scalping, etc
  • Pads, their Benefits and Abuses
  • Thrush, its Cause and Treatment
  • Punctures
  • Quarter and Toe Cracks
  • Hoof Bound
  • Hitting the Elbows
  • Navicular Trouble
  • Heavy Shoes and Pads in the Winter Season
  • Neglected Teeth Make Knee Hitters and Cross Firers
  • Making the Shoes
  • Extension Shoes
  • Outside or Half-Swedged Shoes
  • Swedges or Dies
  • Calks and Grabs
  • Bar Shoes Behind
  • Aluminum Shoes
  • The Last Word
  • The Horseshoe Cuts
Format: PDF Digital Reprint, e-Facsimile
No. of Pages: 102
Page Size: A4 (210mm × 297mm)
Download Size: 24.5 MB
Product Code SHOLK0787
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