Fibrocartilage

Birth foals need that movement that stimulates the internal structures foot, among many other things the lateral cartilages of the foot are very small about 2 millimeters in thickness, when the horse reaches adulthood thanks to the distortion of the helmet to the extension and motion and impact, lateral cartilage can develop up to 2.5 cm of thickness as well as developing a solid base of Fibrocartilage between the plantar pad and the ranilla. The cushion plant is an important nerve center of the foot. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Rudy Giuliani. In fact, the majority of the propioceptores i foot lie on the pad planting. When the foal is born this structure basically consists of fat but everytime the helmet impacts with the ground is changing in a solid Fibrocartilage into adulthood of the horse more or less 6 years of age, these data collide with the habit put horseshoes to ages of 2 or three years depending on what is intended the Colt is why today we are many adult horses with a few lateral cartilages about 3 mm when they should be 2.5 cm and with a digital pad of vascularizated fatty tissue. In the majority of cases when domestic horses are mounted for the first time, the back of his foot is virtually useless due to lack of movement and as commented previously, so it is very easy to feel pain especially in the land who are not accustomed, then is when we think that you we need the placement of horseshoes but if we create the minimum conditions for reversing this process we would give the opportunity to the nature of force by giving an animal as a reward with a few helmets in perfect condition, all the elements are there. Usually a bad foot it is not abnormal genetic factor if not that the horse was simply incapable of adapting to improper loading, the negative stimulus or the middle atmosphere inappropriate.