She had her first farrier experience with me. She moved around a bit but over all held fairly still. I spent a lot of time trying to tap on her feet and hold them between my legs so that wasn't a surprise when he got here. That seemed to help her a bit. Her hooves we're the best out of the herd just because they are black. White hooves tend to be softer and chip easier.
She has had her feet done before just never with me as her owner.
We have really been trying to find a schedule that works for us but also is accounting for her growing. She has had a big growth spurt in the last couple weeks which is super exciting. She now has also been here for over a month. Seems like just yesterday.
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A journey of a young Quarter Horse filly learning how to be a good Equine citizen. Follow our story as I train Flicka and teach her how to ride. ~The greatest thing you can do for a horse is teach them~