Some might consider having their nails done

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17 thoughts on “Some might consider having their nails done

    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I don’t understand shoeing on a horse, though. Mother & Father Nature did a pretty good job I think, so if we have to do something to protect the horse from what we are doing to the horse to begin with, I’m of the mind that what we are doing to begin with probably is wrong.

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      1. laurie27wsmith

        Without a rider Russel the horse, naturally doesn’t need shoeing. Add the weight of a rider and this naturally puts pressure on the horse’s feet. If you’re riding on dirt and grassland then you don’t really need them. When it’s hard ground then it’s different.

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        1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

          A-ha.

          Although I must admit that I’ve never been fond of putting people on the back of horses. Add 200 lbs to a 2,000-lb animal, and that’s rather significant.

          Elephants I can understand, kind of. Add 200 lbs to a 15,000-lb elephant and it’s not near as significant.

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              1. laurie27wsmith

                I think it would be a vastly different world, considering that the horse was instrumental in warfare, exploration and transport. For instance, without armoured knights there would have been little need to make advances in metallurgy. The advent of the use of gunpowder would have been delayed by centuries. Funnily enough the only reason we have the horse today is because of the land bridge that used to exist across the Bering Straight. As you may know the eohippus, (early horse) originated in north America. Because they were grazers they followed the seasonal grass and some crossed the straight before it disappeared. The ones remaining were eventually wiped out by predators. So we’re lucky to have them at all.

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