The good news is, you are not alone. Your horse community and your horse health expert, inventor and author, Carole Herder are here to help. At the forefront of revolutionary new wisdom, this book will help you navigate issues such as Laminitis and Navicular Disease.
- Discover actionable steps that every horse owner can take
- Consider statements from top experts and scientists
- Learn to manage extreme season and climate change
- Understand and prevent problems from arising
- Savour other horse lovers’ personal stories
A quick and easy read, this book is full of pictures and anecdotes that will engage and entertain you while providing solutions for your deepest fears. You are not powerless, but If you don’t take control of your horse’s future, outside forces will.
Here’s What You’ll Learn
So, what is a healthy hoof, and what can we do to cultivate it? Let’s continue with a simple description of what we can readily see with our naked eye. We’ll then move into an example of some common problems that are easily within our ability to control.
If you have ever been confused about the structures and bones inside the horse’s hoof, you are not alone. For the average horse owner, a passionate study of this part of the horse’s anatomy can be discouraging. One reason is simple. It’s challenging to identify a framework when the names of their parts change.
Wishing you many happy trails,
Review for Hoof Prints on the Journey:
I was a fast convert after getting my first pair of Treks a few months ago. I have used them weekly with my gelding and can’t imagine I’ll ever go back to shoes! I loved them before I even knew the philosophies and reasons behind barefoot hoof care, but please tell Carole that reading her book has increased my understanding and cemented the philosophy for me.
Everyone talks about how horses are therapeutic. I’m the poster child for someone whose life is more livable because of them. It’s especially important to me that I honour my horse’s important role in my life by doing my best to keep him healthy and happy, too. I feel like I’m even closer to that ideal now.
– Lori Maroe