The Cavallo Barefoot Trim Download

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Description

From age 10 Mr Seeley had been shoeing horses. He developed a great respect, sensitivity and understanding for all breeds and their respective purpose and way of going. Most horses had the common assortment of problems. Reconstructions, resections, treating founder and laminitis were common practice. Lynn understood how the hoof affects the entire horse and went on to improve their well being through removing metal shoes and trimming barefoot horses to health and soundness. Now with over 60 years of practice, Lynn shares his gentle trimming method through this illustrated manual and accompanying DVD hosted by Carole, President and Founder of Cavallo. This manual should be in every horse woman and man’s library either as reference for yourself or as guidance for your Trimmer.

Testimonials

I have used the simple boots on all three of my horses for the last 4 years. I run my horses barefoot, but when we go up into the tetons, I always boot them. There isn't anything we haven't experienced in our gorgeous mountains. We have been through deep rivers, sucky mid, slick ice and snow, smooth granite slabs, rocky trails and greasy, muddy slopes. We have never had a boot come off or had one wear sores on my horses feet. Out terrain is rough but incredibly breath taking. I'm 64 and depend on my horses to get me to and from these incredible mountains safely. Thanks Cavallo, for a boot that even a more seasoned (old) lady can get on and off with ease.

Lois, Washington State, USA

I just bought a pair of your SIMPLE Hoof Boots for my horse. My horse has very soft feet. We keep him shod in the front most of the time. He recently lost a shoe and my farrier is out of town. His foot started to break up and I bought a pair of your boots for him. I have to say I'm very impressed with them. They stay on and are comfortable for him to wear. He doesn't mind them one bit. Thanks again for a great product that I'll recommend to all my horse-loving friends.

Diane Peterson, Wisconsin