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It was about this time when more efforts were focused on treating the feet of the horse to prevent rotation. Hoof casts enjoyed some popularity for a short time, but often resulted in disaster, with the feet sloughing because of excess pressure. A farrier named Burney Chapman and a veterinarian named Dr George Platt started using a shoe that had been around for a long time, described in the US Cavalry Manual, known as a heartbar shoe. Chapman and Platt incorporated this shoe with a complete hoof wall resection of the dorsal hoof wall to allow the foot to regrow without any rotation.
The horses were bedded in deep straw. As their feet healed and the soles closed, they were then treated like the horses with closed soles. The feet of horses with intact soles were trimmed and Harry would cauterize the soles by igniting a solution made of turpentine, pine tar, iodine crystals, and mothballs. He would cauterize the feet every day and then put a strong white liniment on the coronary bands, then walk them, gradually increasing the exercise. 9 kg of a mixture of 3-parts oats to 1-part bran.