This Belgian draft had awful hooves and when he met his new farrier Jorgen Briers that all changed. From the looks of this steed, his hooves weren’t the main thing being dismissed.
Jorgen worked with the stallion’s veterinarian Leen Vanderwegen to concoct an agreeable arrangement. There are power devices, ropes and a ton of different things included. This makes putting shoes on Quarter Horse resemble a stroll in the recreation center! All stallions merit great foot mind, regardless of the possibility that you would prefer not to be the one doing it… that is the thing that experts are for!
What do you think? Is this a sign of ignoring the problem from the side of the owner?
We think they waited for way too long to help him out.