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" The proper thickness of horn will then remain. The quantity of horn to be removed, in order to leave the proper degree of thickness, will vary with different feet. From the strong foot a great deal must be taken. From the concave foot the horn may be... "
On the structure and the diseases of the horse, with their remedies: also ... - Page 344
by William Youatt - 1851 - 483 pages
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The Horse: With a Treatise of Draught and a Copious Index

William Youatt - Horses - 1831 - 472 pages
...with the sole, and thus endanger the bruising of the sole by its pressure on the edge of the seating. The crust should be reduced to a perfect level, all round, but left a little higher than the sole. The heels will require very considerable attention. From the stress which is thrown on the inner heel,...
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The Field Book: Or, Sports and Pastimes of the United Kingdom; Comp. from ...

Sports - 1833 - 616 pages
...in order to leave the proper degree of thickness will vary with different feet. From the strong foot a great deal must be taken. From the concave foot...to a moderate pressure. From the flat foot little need he pared ; while the pumiced foot will spare nothing but tho ragged parts. The paring being nearly...
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The Field Book: Or, Sports and Pastimes of the United Kingdom; Comp. from ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Sports - 1833 - 616 pages
...the sole, and thus endanger the bruising of the sole by its pressure on the edge of the seating. Tne crust should be reduced to a perfect level all round, but left a littler lighter than the sole. The heels will require very considerable attention. From the stress...
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The horse

William Youatt - Nature - 1853
...thickness, will vary with different feet. From the strong foot, a great deal must be taken. From the'concave foot, the horn may be removed until the sole will...should be deprived of nothing but the ragged parts. The paring being nearly completed, the knife and the msp nf the smith must be a little watched, or he will...
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Youatt on the Structure and the Diseases of the Horse with Their Remedies ...

William Youatt, William Charles Spooner - Horses - 1857 - 483 pages
...order to leave the proper degree of thickness, will vary with different feet. From the strong foot, a great deal must be taken. From the concave foot,...while the pumiced foot should be deprived of nothing b«t the ragged parts. The crust should be reduced to a perfect level all round, but left a little...
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THE FAMILY, FARM AND GARDENS, AND THE DOMESTIC ANIMALS.

1859
...order to leave the proper degree of thickness, will vary with different feet. From the strong foot a great deal must be taken. From the concave foot...crust should be reduced to a perfect level all round, bat left a little higher than the sole, or the sole will be bruised by its pressure on the edge of...
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Hints to horse-keepers: a complete manual for horsemen, and chapters on ...

Horses - 1859 - 425 pages
...will vary with different feet. From the strong foot, a great deal must be taken, From the cc ncave foot the horn may be removed, until the sole will...to a moderate pressure. From the flat foot, little need be pared ; while the pumiced foot should be depri red of nothing but the ragged parts. The c?...
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Hints to Horse-keepers, a Complete Manual for Horsemen ...: And Chapters on ...

Horses - 1859 - 425 pages
...will vary with different feet. From the strong foot, a great deal must be taken. From the cc ncave foot the horn may be removed, until the sole will yield to a moderate pressure. From the flat loot, little need be pared ; while the pumiced foot should be deprived of nothing but the ragged parts....
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Hints to Horse-keepers: A Complete Manual for Horsemen ... and Chapters on ...

Henry William Herbert - Horsemanship - 1860 - 431 pages
...order to leave the proper degree of thickness, will vary with different feet From the strong foot, a great deal must be taken. From the concave foot the horn may be removed, until me sole will yield to a moderate pressure. From the flat foot, little need be pared ; while the pumiced...
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Hints to horse-keepers: a complete manual for horsemen; embracing how to ...

Henry William Herbert, François Baucher - Horses - 1865 - 425 pages
...order to leave the proper degree of thickness, will vary with different feet. From the strong foot, a great deal must be taken. From the concave foot...to a moderate pressure. From the flat foot, little need be pared ; while the pumiced foot should be deprived of nothing but the ragged parts. The crust...
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