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Structure of the horse"s foot and the principles of shoeing

by George T. Brown

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Published by John Murray in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Sir George T. Brown
ContributionsRoyal Agricultural Society of England, Fairman Rogers Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
The Physical Object
Pagination23, [1] p. :
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24468999M
OCLC/WorldCa20186716

Without solid, sound feet, you have no horse, so understanding hoof anatomy is extremely important. The equine hoof is extremely complex, but you wouldn’t know that just by looking at it. It’s made up of several different parts, all serving a different purpose, yet working in symmetry to keep the horse . Get this from a library! Observations on the structure, œconomy, and diseases of the foot of the horse: and on the principles and practice of shoeing. By Edward Coleman . [Edward Coleman].

Full text of "A handbook of horse-shoeing, with introductory chapters on the anatomy and physiology of the horse's foot" See other formats. A complete system of farriery, and veterinary medicine: containing a compendium of the veterinary art the anatomy and physiology of the foot, and the principles and practice of shoeing: with observations .

  ↑ Observations on the Structure, Economy, and Diseases of the Foot of the Horse, and On the Principles and Practice of Shoeing, London, , ↑ The italics are my own, and are . A handbook of horse-shoeing: with introductory chapters on the anatomy and physiology of the horse's foot / Title Variants: Alternative: Handbook of horseshoeing Alternative: Horseshoeing Alternative: Horse-shoeing .


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fourthandenlargededition london: johnmurray. This book was originally published prior toand represents a reproduction of an important historical work Observations on the structure, œconomy, and diseases of the foot of the horse, and on the principles and practice of shoeing.

The book is split into three sections - 'Anatomy', 'Practical Work' and 'Diseased and Altered Conditions of the Foot and Limb with Pathological Shoeing'. It is extensively illustrated with Author: Charles M. Holmes. From to not much was written about horse-shoeing.

Farriers followed their own line, and rather looked askance at theories and principles. The actual manual work was remarkably well done in the large towns, but too much attention was given to the production of the shoe. This is the first of many pages displaying horse hoof anatomy pictures.

My goal is to begin with the basic external parts of the hoof and progress to the internal workings of the foot.

I want to help you visualize everything in the horse. 1. Make sure your horse’s hooves are long enough. Inside the hoof are a lot of important, and very sensitive structures. These structures need protection; that protection is the hoof. Your horse has to have a certain amount of hoof.

The structures in a horse’s feet are responsible for supporting the full weight of the horse over a small area. Routine foot care is therefore extremely important, as any problems in the feet can be extremely detrimental to mobility and health.

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This video discusses the basic principles of trimming a horse's hoof. Was this video helpful. Horse Hoof Trimming Principles, provided by eXtension Shoeing the Hind Feet. The book is split into three sections - 'Anatomy', 'Practical Work' and 'Diseased and Altered Conditions of the Foot and Limb with Pathological Shoeing'.

It is extensively illustrated with Brand: Stevenson Press. Discover a new interactive way to learn the principles of horseshoeing and humane horse foot care.

Essential Principles of Horseshoeing is the latest book now also available in audio format from Doug. Here for experts, beginners, and do-it-yourself horse owners is all the information necessary to the modern farrier’s art of horseshoeing. In this second edition Robert Wiseman describes and illustrates not only basic shoeing techniques but also special shoeing procedures for the American Saddlebred, Quarter Horse, draft horse, parade horse, and race horse 4/5(1).

“The Anatomy of the Horse's Foot and Hoof” is a collection of carefully-selected classic articles on the subject of horses, dealing specifically with their feet and related physiology. It deals with the anatomy of the horses foot, as well as common problems, proper care and maintenance, shoeing Brand: Read Books Ltd.

on shoeing principles, treatments, and shoe designs that have practical application on the specific clini-cal case. My experience with the majority of sport-horse farriers is that they possess a solid knowledge of the anatomy of the foot and how these structures.

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