ROst:  Reimer open shoe technique

correcting hoof distortion and restoring palmar soft tissue volume
T he radiograph on the left was  taken  because of concerns for risk of  navicular syndrome.   ROST shoes were applied three years later, thus radiographic changes  undoubtedly worsened.  After 8 months of  ROST shoe application the hooves were managed bare, but regression occurred.  ROST shoes were reapplied and improvements are continuing.

The radiograph on the left was  taken  because of concerns for risk of  navicular syndrome.   ROST shoes were applied three years later, thus radiographic changes  undoubtedly worsened.  After 8 months of  ROST shoe application the hooves were managed bare, but regression occurred.  ROST shoes were reapplied and improvements are continuing.

ROST (REIMER OPEN SHOE TECHNIQUE)   ROST shoes have been successfully used to correct sole prolapse, contracted heels, sheared heels, underrun heels, and “mismatched hooves”.  Originally designed for performance use in flat-soled horses, the shoes endure active turn out and riding activities, and have been used in show jumping competition. Click the you tube "play" icon below to access the ROST horse shoe channel.

ROST (REIMER OPEN SHOE TECHNIQUE)

ROST shoes have been successfully used to correct sole prolapse, contracted heels, sheared heels, underrun heels, and “mismatched hooves”.  Originally designed for performance use in flat-soled horses, the shoes endure active turn out and riding activities, and have been used in show jumping competition. Click the you tube "play" icon below to access the ROST horse shoe channel.


 

 

 

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rost shoe bottom

ROST HORSE SHOE