When a horse has problems with its feet, it is typically painful and reduces the animal’s ability to work. You need to try and keep your horse on a regimented hoof supplement schedule as well as check all four hooves daily; this includes picking them out, looking for injuries, and checking that the shoes are not loose. The feet must be checked regularly by a farrier and trimmed if necessary. If a shoe comes off, arrange for a farrier to visit as soon as possible. You also want to be aware of factors that affect the healthy growth of hooves. Horse Hoof equipments and boots are very important to have when owning a horse.