Intensive, holistic hoof seminar over 2 days for horse owners and horse professionals!
Starting with the anatomy, the way leads to the functions of a natural hoof. There are many details to be considered, which will later enable the participant to recognise whether a hoof is functioning well or not, or whether it has been worked on correctly. Furthermore, many aspects and connections between the hooves and the other organs in the horse are revealed.
The following questions, among others, are answered:
- How is the hoof constructed and how does it really function?
- How does blood circulation in the hoof work and what does it depend on?
- What are the treatment options in seemingly hopeless cases of laminitis, hoof roll and other severe hoof diseases?
- What are the effects of shoeing?
- What are the possibilities of alternative hoof protection and which ones make sense?
- What kind of feed does my horse need to stay or become healthy?
- Can a horse only be ridden and driven comfortably over gravel with functioning hooves?
- Which husbandry conditions are necessary for horses?
In particular, the holistic treatment of horses also includes knowledge about the real needs of horses in relation to their environment. This results in concepts for natural husbandry.
The practical day impressively transfers the theoretically imparted knowledge and makes it tangible through haptic perception. The dissection of the horse's leg impressively demonstrates the real functions of tendon tension with the coffin bone raised and parallel to the ground. Function is also always beautiful and harmonious, so every horse owner should pay attention to his perception of harmony - if there are disturbances here, it makes sense to have the horse's hooves explained to him quite professionally.
In the course we hand out a printed handout with the condensed slides and descriptions of the course. Of course, there is also room for personal notes to help you remember the context and explanations!
Times: 1st day from 10:00 to approx. 17:00 and on the 2nd day from 9:30 to approx. 16:30!
THE SEMINAR IS A PREREQUISITE FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE 2-YEAR IN-SERVICE TRAINING!