Sheath Cleaning Without Sedation In Horses

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Cleaning the sheath part 1 – the basics


Cleaning the sheath part 2 – a demonstration


Cleaning the sheath of difficult horses. The 2nd horse (paint) we floated with caution for several years. Because the owner of this horse had become afraid of him, this horse went on to another home (a farrier) right after this video. He soon viciously attacked and broke the leg of the new owner and was promptly euthanized.

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