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TOMMY TWO SHOES Story

We are now looking at complete recovery within 12 months and the definite possibility of jumping again!

Tommy Two Shoes (picture of horse) Story supplied by Carli Rubinson.

Carli’s eventing horse, Tommy Two Shoes sustained a wire fence injury slicing through the coronary band, hoof wall and breaking the pedal bone in September 2020.

He has been in multiple casts since September and his recovery is being orchestrated with the legendary expertise of Link Bauman of the Equine Podiatry and Lameness Centre at Muswellbrook.

We have been using The Aussie Farrier Hoof Growth formula since the injury at double strength (100gms a day) At his second visit to Muswellbrook, Link Bauman was very happy with the growth of hoof and the reformation of the coronary band and recommended to continue feeding The Aussie Farrier Hoof Growth formula.

We are now looking at complete recovery within 12 months and the definite possibility of jumping again!

Tommy photo 1

20th September 2020 when the injury occurred.

Tommy photo 2

7th November 2020 after 2nd cast was removed.

Tommy photo 3

25th November 202 after 3rd cast was removed. A hoof resection will be required.

Tommy photo 4

30th December - after hoof resection at the Equine Podiatry and Lameness Centre, Muswellbrook.

Tommy photo 5

. 25th January 2021. Link Bauman at the Equine Podiatry and Lameness Centre, Muswellbrook is very happy with the growth of hoof and reformation of the coronary band.

Tommy photo 6

The hoof wall only has a inch to reach the bottom. I have just brought him into very light work as he is now sound. I am still feeding him your wonderful product as it has been a god send with the increased growth time and strength we have achieved.

Tommy photo 6

Tommy Two Shoes