first of all, I want to say I really apaercipte when others share their knowledge on the web for everyone (including horses) to benefit from. Thank you!Now about the hooves: While the warmblood foot is beautiful, there are major differences between the two: Note the smaller medial half in the wild foot (naturally more weight on inside half) while the warmblood foot is trimmed for symmetry. Notice how the tubules in the wild foot curve under to protect the connection between sole and wall? I’d say there is more balance / strength in the wild foot is it the arch?
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