Workin' the Horseshoe
Freshly Trimmed Front Hoof
Tashunke's Freshly Shod Right Front Foot
In order to stay sound, Tashunke needs to have the lateral (outer) side of his front feet shorter than
the medial (inner) side. Even though his front feet give the appearance of a broken, toed-in pastern axis,
Teshunke proves that the specific conformation of each horse should be the determining factor in shoe shape,
fit, and balance. While Teshunke's foot might not "look right" to us at first glance, it sure feels right to him!