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FOCUS ON Hoof Health


Hoof Care products The ‘what’ and ‘where’


Canoga Farriers Supply Canoga Park


(747) 202-0268 CanogaFarrierSupply.com


Canoga Farrier Supply, located in


Chatsworth in the San Fernando Valley, caters to farriers, trimmers, blacksmiths, as well as horse owners. The store prides itself on excellent customer service, and it carries a large selection of products from al lmajor suppliers including Kerckhaert, Mustad, St. Croix, EDSS, Grand Circuit, Nordic Forge, and Vetec, to name a few. If by chance Canoga Farrier Supply does not stock something that a customer needs, the team will do its best to get it. The retail store is conveniently located minutes off the 118 freeway, and if you can’t make it to the store, they’ll make a prompt delivery. Call the shop of place your order through its website, can- ogafarriersupply.com, and they’ll make every effort to ship in-stock items the same day. Store hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Contact them by phone or email: canogafs@yahoo.com. See ad on page 21.


Empire Farrier Supply Temecula


877-337-3367 EmpireFarrierSupply.com


Empire Farrier Supply strives to provide


the highest level of customer service in the industry. Building good relationships with its clients and helping make the clients’


jobs easier is the priority, and they believe in working together for the overall good of the horse. Whether you care for your own horse’s hooves or are a full-time farrier, you’ll be welcomed at the Temecula store, which has farrier supplies, how-to videos, product reviews, plus a variety of pre-owned items for sale (your consignment items are welcome!). The website, empirefarriersup- ply.com, is available 24 hours a day, and items are ready to be shipped to you today. See ad on page 24.


Farnam® Horseshoer’s


Secret® Extra Strength farnam.com Hoof and Connective Tissue Supplement.


Built Strong from the Ground Up™. Strong hooves, healthy tendons and liga-


ments are essential if you and your horse are going to accomplish your goals. Now you can feel confident you’re providing vital nutri- tional support for your horse’s foundation with Farnam® Horseshoer’s Secret® Extra Strength Hoof and Connective Tissue Supplement. This formula is ideal for all horses, especially those that need more sup- port than others due to a genetic predisposi- tion, environmental or rigorous performance demands. When your horse needs extra support, trust the brand recommended by farriers and veterinarians. It provides opti- mum nutrition for strong healthy hooves, tendons and ligaments; comes in easy-to-


feed nuggets that support proper digestion of nutrients for maximum benefits; supports cracked hooves & strengthens weak walls; grows strong, tough flexible hooves; supports hoof hardness, hydration and moisture reten- tion; provides 25 mg of biotin per 2 oz serving; is formulated by equine PhD nutritionists and endorsed by farriers; and is available in a 7.5 lb. 60-day supply in the Farnam® Fresh Keeper Bucket and a handy 30-day 3.75 lb. refill size. Be sure to sign up for our HorseCare Loyalty Rewards program. See ad on page 23.


GoldenwingsHorseshoes goldenwingshorseshoes.com


GoldenwingsHorseshoes’ mission is to


preserve the integrity of the entire struc- ture of your horse. This lightweight, flexible horseshoe provides traction without slipping and sole protection, while also preventing unnecessary leverage with proper angles. GoldenwingsHorseshoes are designed using The Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci numbering system. Fibonacci incorporated values for triples of points whose distance forms the Golden Ratio. In the case of GoldenwingsHorseshoes, the triple points


See HOOF CARE, page 24


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