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The Theory and the Practice of the School Trimming
nhe_lj wrote in nhe_news_en
The most long-awaited book from the "Horse management" series - "The Theory and the Practice of the School Trimming" by Lydia Nevzorova have seen the light in Russia.

L.Nevzorova: ‘This book took us about five years to complete. I’ve been rewriting it from the very beginning dozens of times while my picture of the correct hoof trimming changed from classical shoeing through the innovations of Ovnicec towards Strasser, Jackson and Ramey and further to shape my own position and concept.

All these years I groped for knowledge, watched, agreed, thought, argued, disagreed, changed sides of the fence and started everything from the beginning. Hundreds of dissections were made, hundreds of experiments, model lessons, seminars and conferences took place. Ungulology, the science dealing with hoof management is essential to the scientific research of NHE. But as my opinion on trimming has changed, I’ve always adhered to my main principle: ‘First, do no harm’. And now I can say with certainty that today we present you the safest way to trim horse’s hooves…’

It is possible that Publishing House will decide to translate some parts of the book in English and present them to the students of the English faculty of Nevzorov Haute Ecole School.

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