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Wendy Wagner

Not quite the same injury, but similar. I had a untouched mare that I had just gotten and not had enough time to tame. She split a hoof from floor to hair in the quarter. Blood and slobber kind of injury. She was untouchable without a trank gun, so I was not able to find a vet to work with her. About a week later the whole heel section on one side came off, and still I could do nothing but watch.
About a month later I was seeing progress, but I was sceptical, but eventually she took steps solidly. Within six months I was on her back!
Her hoof is badly flared in the injury region, and rather mishapen, but she has been completly sound for years.
Hang in there, you could be surprised!
Wendy W.

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