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Tips on Dealing with Stone Bruises

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If your horse seems prone to stone bruises it may be time to consider some shoeing changes to minimize the time he spends languishing in his stall instead of being ridden. You may want to ask your farrier to remove less of the sole when he trims your horse. The result won't be as 'pretty,' but the callus left there will leave him something to walk on.

For more information, please read the story Lameness in Your Horse.

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