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August 15th, 2014

Thrush is an unpleasant infection of the horse’s frog, because of the moist, dirty ground or stable conditions that our horses often contend with. The condition is essentially an infection of the clefts (central and lateral sulcus) of the frog. Which equine feet are more prone to thrush? This is difficult to say, as it […]

August 8th, 2014

A growing body of scientific and veterinary evidence shows the benefits of keeping equines barefoot. Yet here at Trelawne we have been alarmed by discussions in parts of the equestrian media that also extend to the tack room and livery yard, insinuating that saving money is a reason to ‘go barefoot’. It is really important […]

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