Horse Owners Guide to Natural Hoof Care

Creating the Perfect Hoof

Author: Jaime Jackson

Publisher: Star Ridge Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Hoofs

Page: 191

View: 467

Step-by-step trimming guidelines, riding high performance barefooted horses, cures for hoof lamenesses, resources for books & videos, tools, equipment, and learning seminars.

Understanding Equine Hoof Care

Your Guide to Horse Health Care and Management

Author: Heather Smith Thomas

Publisher: Eclipse Press

ISBN:

Category: Pets

Page: 160

View: 468

This covers the basics of hoof care and horseshoeing. Topics range from simple cleaning to trimming and shoeing the foot to dealing with hoof injuries and complex lameness problems. It also described how to achieve healthy hooves through proper nutrition, conscientious care, and proper used of the horse.

Barefoot Horse Keeping

The Integrated Horse

Author: Anni Stonebridge

Publisher: The Crowood Press

ISBN:

Category: Pets

Page: 300

View: 257

Barefoot Horse Keeping provides a practical, accessible and objective guide to barefoot horse care and management. The book draws on empirical research and the authors' twenty-five years' experience delivering barefoot hoof care, saddle fitting, behavioural training and rider coaching. Topics covered include: the Barefoot philosphy; the herd and the environment; hoof trimming; diet and nutrition and equine anatomy and biomechanics. Of great interest to all horse owners and veterinary students, and fully illustrated with 230 colour photographs.

Horse

Author: Elaine Walker

Publisher: Reaktion Books

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 224

View: 768

From Pegasus to Black Beauty, horses have held a unique place in human society and imagination. Elaine Walker tackles the long and multifaceted history of a creature valued for both beauty and usefulness. Spanning the world from the wild steppes of Mongolia to the American plains, Horse chronicles the rich and complex natural history of the animal, from wild feral horses to the domesticated species that once played a central role in daily life as a means of transportation, an instrument of war, and a source of labour. Elaine Walker charts how the long-standing connection between people and horses is reflected in cultures around the world and the implications for both human and animal of such close interaction. She also traces the centrality of the horse in art, entertainment and literature, from the rich global traditions of horse-racing and equestrianism to literary classics such as Follyfoot. Ultimately, Walker contends, the continuing role of the horse in the modern world reveals telling changes in human society.

Equus Lost?

How We Misunderstand the Nature of the Horse-Human Relationship--Plus Brave New Ideas for the Future

Author: Francesco De Giorgio

Publisher: Trafalgar Square Books

ISBN:

Category: Pets

Page: 112

View: 503

In the 1980s, the world of riding, training, and competing with horses took a major turn with the spread of natural horsemanship, which at its most basic foundation rejects the use of abusive techniques and relies on methods derived from understanding the dynamics of free-roaming horse herds. Since then, equestrians across disciplines have incorporated elements of natural horsemanship into their work. But despite what was certainly an advancement in human-equine interaction that has improved the lives of many horses, Italian animal behaviorists Francesco de Giorgio and José de Giorgio-Schoorl dare to now ask, What if much of what we think we know about horses is, in fact, wrong? What if the premise of herd hierarchy is a myth? What if “conditioning” the horse’s behavior in the ways we’ve grown accustomed is undercutting his potential for development? What if there is another—better—level of partnership to which we can aspire? Their provocative book takes us into a dimension where we shed our assumptions of leadership, dominance, and control, convincingly showing a way forward that acknowledges that a horse, when allowed, is driven by his own inner motivation to explore and understand the world around him, including his relationship with humans.

The Natural Horse

Foundations for Natural Horsemanship

Author: Jaime Jackson

Publisher: Star Ridge Pub

ISBN:

Category: Pets

Page: 171

View: 340

"Describes how domestic horses can be made happier and healthier through an understanding of what nature intended for the horse." --Cover.

Paddock Paradise

A Guide to Natural Horse Boarding

Author: Jaime Jackson

Publisher: J Jackson Pub

ISBN:

Category: Pets

Page: 122

View: 503

Paddock Paradise (PP) is both a book title and a concept of a more naturalized way of horse keeping based upon the research done on the Great Basin wild horses by natural horse care expert and author, Jaime Jackson. PP is a must-read for any horse-owner or professional who wants to create an environment of more optimal mental and physical health for their horses while drastically reducing the number of hours spent on 'barn' chores. Jackson explains to readers why the concept works and how to create one in a simple and inexpensive manner. Not only do horses exercise more but also eat in the manner that nature intended . Research has shown that free-roaming horses are healthier than stabled ones but many kinds of pasture grasses can cause laminitis. PP is the solution for these issues and others that plauge horse owners around the world. "PP is an emerging trend," according to a summer 2011 issue of "The Horse" magazine.

The Essential Hoof Book

The Complete Modern Guide to Horse Feet - Anatomy, Care and Health, Disease Diagnosis and Treatment

Author: Susan Kauffmann

Publisher: Trafalgar Square Books

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 483

View: 411

The equine hoof is a complex marvel of natural engineering, built to withstand tremendous forces and able to adapt to an astonishing range of environmental conditions. It also changes daily–for better or for worse–in response to external and internal factors. Few horse owners have the opportunity to acquire a deep understanding of the hoof, which limits their ability to advocate on their horses’ behalf and make informed decisions about hoof care and management. This book is the first resource of its kind to combine the most current and useful information available, gleaned from the research and wisdom of top hoof experts around the world, with a unique “hands-on” approach. The authors provide basic terms and anatomy, clearly illustrate the differences between healthy and unhealthy feet, discuss biomechanics and management concerns, and cover the causes, treatments, and prevention of commonly encountered problems, including laminitis, white line disease, and thrush. Along the way, readers are given activities to help them better analyze and understand the most important aspects of equine hoof health, such as hoof balance, depth of sole, and point of breakover. Easy–to–follow language, over 400 full–color photographs, and do–it–yourself exercises promise to empower horse owners and caretakers of all experience levels with the tools they need to accurately assess hoof health and keep their horses as sound and happy as possible.

American Farriers' Journal

Author: Henry Heymering

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Horseshoeing

Page:

View: 864

Includes American Farriar's Association newsletter.