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connective tissue in the correct balance and ratio. It promotes strong and fast growth of the hoof wall, sole, frog, and heel. Farrier’s Formula® also promotes a glossy more deep- ly colored coat and strengthened connective tissues of the joints and ligaments. Over 30 years of research, clinical trials and field testing validate the effectiveness of Farrier’s Formula®. Learn More by visiting www.lifed- atalabs.com. See ad on page 25.


No Thrush® nothrushshop.com


What is “Sulcus Thrush?” Let’s start with


the problem: Your horse is not lame, he’s just…“off.” You can’t figure it out and are about to call the vet. FIRST: Look at his feet. Is there an open crack between the heel bulbs? When you push on the heels, are they soſter than normal? If so, this is Sulcus Thrush. Cracks between the bulbs are open wounds. It is warm and moist in there, so of course thrush (an anaerobic bacteria) will invade this spot. THE RESULT: This infection will make your horse’s heels soſt and sore. He will be walking on his toes (instead of land- ing on his heel), which is why he is “off.” THE SOLUTION: No Thrush® – The First Ever DRY Formula is a powdered thrush treatment sold worldwide. No Thrush® is non-caustic.


This is important because caustic products kill bacteria, but they also damage live tissue. This stunts proper tissue re-growth. Using No Thrush®, you simply puff the powder into the heel cracks and brush it around the frog and col- lateral grooves. The heels will begin to firm up and the horse will begin to load properly on the heels. This is good, but you aren’t there yet. Be sure to dust every few days until the heel “crack” grows back to a healthy “dimple.” See ad on page 26.


The Shoein’ Shop Yucaipa


(909) 794-3455 theshoeinshop.com


The Shoein’ Shop, a farrier supply busi-


ness for over 40 years, was started by Lee Green in 1973. Lee and Charlote, their chil- dren, and grandchildren all have a part in


making the shop run the way it does.They love their family business and they offer thousands of products. Need something? I bet they have it! If not, The Shoein’ Shop will get it for you. With loyal customers who have been shopping with them for 40 years, The Shoein’ Shop knows best how to make you happy—and make sure you get what you need. No order is too big or too small, and they ship worldwide. Come visit the 20,000 square feet of business space that holds thousands of products. The Shoein’ Shop supplies many other shops in the U.S., and the whole family works togeth- er to make this place great. And they know that they couldn’t do this without their cus- tomers, and they are grateful to do this every day. See ad on page 21.


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