Don't Read This If You Shoe Your Horse

“Why did you choose this article? It says ‘don't read this if you shoe your horse'!” *silence* Your majesty, I have news for you; we don't have a horse. We've never even seen one yet. OK? Right. So, I'm sorry but nothing can keep me from not reading this article. But I'll give two thumbs up for this! It’s clever, and I salute you! Since I don't have a horse and I have no idea what a horseshoe is and --- “Horseshoe is the horse’s shoe!” Ok, thank you for that information. That’s very helpful. So where are we? Oh yes! The horseshoe. Well, let’s get to know it first, shall we?

Horseshoe is a “fabricated product, normally made of metal, although sometimes made partially or wholly of modern synthetic materials, designed to protect a horse's hoof from wear.” According to Wikipedia, shoes are attached on the palmar surface of the hooves, usually nailed through the insensitive hoof wall that is anatomically akin to the human toenail, though much larger and thicker. Sometimes, they are glued. Steel and aluminum are the materials used in horseshoe, and sometimes, they may include the use of rubber, plastic, magnesium, titanium and copper. Polo, eventing, show jumping, and western riding events uses steel and aluminum are also used in horse riding because they are lighter. And let me tell you the most interesting thing: horseshoe can bring good luck when used as a talisman. *silence* where can I find it?! I need a bunch of those!

Wow, this is new information for us. *silence* Right, you know this already. So I should say that this is new information for ME. Oh well. So, are you going to read this article? Yes, you should, people! *winks* If you have a horse and… you don’t have a horseshoe for your horse (wait… what?) you better click the link below to visit the 'Soulful Equine' website.

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