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Sunday Dec 1st
21220 32nd Ave, Langley, BC
Rain or Shine as it is held in an Indoor Arena.
Country, western or horse themed crafts/products and commercial booths selling those types of things are welcome!
It will be held INDOORS so the sale will go rain or shine! Great timing before Christmas!
Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
Canucks Tickets Raffle
1 for $5.00 or 3 for $10.00
Simply put, “feet tend to lose their shape when they are constantly wet,” says Paul Goodness, senior member of a group farriery practice based in Round Hill, Virginia. “They become flatter and wider, which may be nature’s way of giving them more surface to not sink so deeply in the mud.”
Survival tactics aside, the hoof’s horny tissues—frog, sole, bars, and walls—do this because the moisture makes them more deformable under normal weight-bearing pressures. And when the outer structures start to fail, the inner structures become overloaded and vulnerable to pressure as well, says Steve Norman, a Midway, Kentucky, farrier who shoes many of America’s top Thoroughbred racehorses.
Can’t make it to Oklahoma City to watch this year’s Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show? Visit www.aqha.com/worldshow to watch the free live webcast. The 2019 Lucas Oil World is November 7-23 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City, and viewers can enjoy the live streaming of events in both the Jim Norick and Performance arenas.