Horse shoes
 
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I need some advice. We have three horses. Their hoofs get trimmed and I have no problems with 2 of the 3. The third horse, Basher, does not stand still, does not want to give his legs to the horse shoeer and always tries to get away from the project. The horse shoeer is very experienced but we just can't hold Basher in his place. Basher is 5 years old, Arabian, has never been broken. How can we overcome this problem with him? Any suggestions are very much appreciated. 

Daniella
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Why not ask the WikiHorseWorld horse trainer for some tips.  Here's their Ask A Pro link:

 

http://www.wikihorseworld.com/pages/Ask_A_Pro.html

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