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To envision the best possible hoofcare you have to
SEE THE UNSEEN!
Hoofbalance on hard and soft ground
A lack of hoof balance is not to be detected by eye but can lead to uneven loading of the hoof and can contribute to problems such as navicular disease, lameness, and other musculoskeletal problems.
- It is important to regularly check the hoof balance using the Motion Map.
- The 3-D image provides insight into whether the shoe supports the hoof correctly.
- Unique unseeable insight in breakover & Landing times in 3-D representation, angulations and time.
Soundness on every speed
While some unsoundness conditions are visible, others may be heard or felt by an experienced horse person. We are now able to make it vissible:
- Hoofbeat can show the capability of your horse to distribute it’s weight over all four legs thru out the complete speedrange in walk and trot.
- Get to know more about your horse’s gait incomparrising with the Hoofbeat
database with over 21.500 measurement and our 3-D animated gait patterns
- Left-right differences during movement
Rythm and balance
When a horse moves, it should have a regular and even rhythm to its steps. If you hear any irregularity, such as a limp, favoring one leg over another, or a shortened stride, it could be a sign of unsoundness:
- Gain insight into the timing and sequence of the hoof rhythm during movement, the visual
representation of the hoof rhythm sounds we are already listening to gives quick insight in
left-right differences during movement.
- Quickly and visually understand the difference in phases: landing, stance, roll-over, and/or
swing phase by the Hoofbeat compare screen and the 3D representation of the swing.
With Hoofbeat we help you to make evicencebased decisions how to come closer to symmetry.