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Conventional shoeing restricts heel movement, which may have a negative effect on the orthopaedic health of the horse. A randomised crossover experimental study using noninvasive techniques was performed to compare the mediolateral heel movement in barefoot horses, horses shod with a conventional...

Author(s)
Brunsting, J.; Dumoulin, M.; Oosterlinck, M.; Haspeslagh, M.; Lefère, L.; Pille, F.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 2019, 246, pp 7-11
Abstract

Variation in equine hoof conformation between farriery interventions lacks research, despite associations with distal limb injuries. This study aimed to determine linear and angular hoof variations pre- and post-farriery within a four to six week shoeing/trimming interval. Seventeen hoof and distal ...

Author(s)
Leśniak, K.; Williams, J.; Kuznik, K.; Douglas, P.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Animals, 2017, 7, 4, pp 29
Abstract

Although foot pain may clearly be the cause when a horse with foot pathology does not tolerate farriery, it may be overlooked or underappreciated as the cause of this behavioral problem when the pathology is mild and/or chronic. In this study, the records of 11 adult horses whose behavior for ...

Author(s)
Mansmann, R. A.; Currie, M. C.; Correa, M. T.; Sherman, B.; Orde, K. vom
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2011, 31, 1, pp 44-48
Abstract

Effect of horse shoeing on the perfusion of the corium in the solear margin From the following two phenomena the question arises whether shoeing horses regularly with iron horse shoes and nails may determine a compression of the circumflex artery of the sole and the area it supplies initiated by...

Author(s)
Bruhnke, A.
Publisher
Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Einfluss des Hufbeschlags auf die Durchblutung der Huflederhaut in der Sohlenrandregion, 2013, pp 77 pp.
Abstract

Military working horses perform a high proportion of work on road surfaces and are shod frequently to deal with high attrition rates. The authors investigate the influence of shoeing on movement symmetry as an indirect indicator of mechanical differences affecting force production between...

Author(s)
Pfau, T.; Daly, K.; Davison, J.; Bould, A.; Housby, N.; Weller, R.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2016, 179, 8, pp 195
Abstract

Although often discussed in practice, there is a paucity of scientific evidence as to the effect of different shoes on equine locomotion on soft ground, especially in hind limbs. Our objectives were to determine the effect of different shoeing conditions on the locomotion of sound horses on a soft...

Author(s)
Caure, S.; Mortagne, P.; Leveillard, D.; Blanville, F.; Carro, M.; Cousty, M.; Salazar, D.; Weller, R.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2018, 70, pp 76-83
Abstract

This chapter focuses on chronic laminitis defined by the presence of mechanical collapse of the lamellae and displacement of the distal phalanx (DP) within the hoof capsule. It presents an overview assessment of the term therapeutic farriery to discuss therapeutic shoes. There are a myriad of shoes ...

Author(s)
O'Grady, S. E.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Equine laminitis, 2017, pp 341-353
Abstract

Reasons for performing study: There is little insight into the effects of routine farriery on the internal structures of the distal limb in sound horses. Objectives: To measure the effect of change in hoof conformation during a shoeing interval on the moments about the proximal and distal...

Author(s)
Moleman, M.; Heel, M. C. V. van; Weeren, P. R. van; Back, W.
Publisher
Equine Veterinary Journal Ltd, Newmarket, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2006, 38, 2, pp 170-174
Abstract

Farriery is a critical component of healthcare services for working equids. However, in India, an informal workforce, lack of structured training facilities and non-implementation of farriery regulations pose challenges for quality farriery. Brooke India, an equine welfare organisation, has...

Author(s)
Mohite, D. S.; Sheikh, C. S.; Saurabh Singh; Jogen Kalita; Williams, S.; Compston, P. C.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Animals, 2019, 9, 5, pp 252
Abstract

The activity level of horses today is very different to that of those in the wild. Long walks on the plains in search of food have been converted into restricted activity in an uncomfortable environment for the hoof. Shoeing has become a "necessary evil" in many cases. However, many horses could do ...

Author(s)
Østergaard, S.; Christophersen, M.; Villsen, T.; Verwilghen, D.
Publisher
Éditions du Point Vétérinaire, Maisons-Alfort, France
Citation
Pratique Vétérinaire Equine, 2013, 45, 179, pp 14-20

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