Wild Horse Hooves in Winter (DVD)


by Jaime Jackson

DVD video study. 2007, Palomino Valley Corrals, Nevada, Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

A message from Jaime Jackson:

Included in this unprecedented video study are the feet of three wild horse mares, ages 3, 8 and 12 years, respectively. If you are student, scholar or advocate for natural hoof care, this video is an invaluable addition to your library. The hooves in this video were taken during the winter of 2007 (December) following a BLM gather. The horses were removed from ranges covered with snow, as were much of the corrals when the footage was taken. Hence, you will be able to see the impact of moisture, snow, and mud on the hooves. Descriptions of “winter hooves” are also found in The Natural Horse and apply to what you will see here, so please reference that work when viewing the video. Many have asked over the years if hooves can stand up to such conditions without “falling apart” or causing lameness or hypersensitivity. Once more, the The Natural Horse and this video, together, will provide the definitive answer.

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