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To shoe or not to shoe – that is the question! Barefoot care can be a wonderful solution for many horses with benefits including reduced concussion, increased circulation to the foot, and more. But the decision to go barefoot must be carefully considered. Is it the right solution for your horse? Do you know how to plan for the transition? How will you be able to tell if it’s working for your horse? In this video course, Ann Ramsey BS, CERA, APF-I - founder of looks at what has become a hot topic of controversy. She explains how to care for barefoot horses, and examines the best practices for taking your horse barefoot should you decide to do so.

If you are an equine professional, a horse owner or someone who wants the best for yourself and your horse, this course is for you. Through videos, downloadable materials, practical exercises, and a final quiz, this course will give you the tools you need to decide if going barefoot is an option for your horse, and if so, how to make the transition and care for your barefoot horse.

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