Why do horses go lame after shoeing?

I’d like to make a list of the reasons why horses go lame after shoeing

I would appreciated if you can think of any (the obvious or even the more obscure ones are all needed) please post in the comments section.

Thanks 🙂

About David Hankin Dip.WCF

I operate a farrier supplies company supplying farriers, trimmers and horse owners around the world.
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One Response to Why do horses go lame after shoeing?

  1. The two most common causes that I have encountered are improper trimming of the hoof or improper placement of a nail.

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