Remarkable and thoroughly enjoyable!
Hoofcare professional here - i hope all my clients subscribe to this!! The biggest misconception in the industry seems to be that if the hooves are poor quality you need a new farrier. Actually, too many owners do not realise that THEY are the biggest influence on hoof condition, and whilst many are oblivious to how a hoof functions (because thats the farrier’s business, not the owners)... every owner should listen to this podcast. Alicia is brilliant. She has sought some of the biggest influencers in the industry. Asked them all the questions i would have asked and she doesnt make it all too complicated for owners (or dumb it down for professionals).
Kellybee1 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/26/21
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Considering how important hooves are to a happy, sound horse too often little time is dedicated to learning about them in the standard bhs syllabus. Despite working with and owning horses my knowledge of hoof health and function is limited; largely to “seek farriers advice”. This podcast is...Read full review »
sdyo5 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/13/21
Any and all equestrians can enjoy learning from this podcast! Alicia maintains an interesting pace and is adept at guiding guests to provide practical applications of theory and science. While the focus is hooves, many aspects of care and training are discussed.
Wisconsin Rider via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/14/21
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