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1. WO2006101901 - STRUCTURALLY SUPPORTIVE HORSESHOE AND METHOD FOR FITTING

Publication Number WO/2006/101901
Publication Date 28.09.2006
International Application No. PCT/US2006/009338
International Filing Date 14.03.2006
IPC
A01L 5/00 2006.01
AHUMAN NECESSITIES
01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
LSHOEING OF ANIMALS
5Horseshoes made of elastic materials
CPC
A01L 5/00
AHUMAN NECESSITIES
01AGRICULTURE; FORESTRY; ANIMAL HUSBANDRY; HUNTING; TRAPPING; FISHING
LSHOEING OF ANIMALS
5Horseshoes made of elastic materials
Applicants
  • JUSTIS, Gwen, Ann [US]/[US]
Inventors
Agents
  • GOLDSTEIN, Robin, Diane, Esquire
Priority Data
60/663,27818.03.2005US
null13.03.2006US
Publication Language English (EN)
Filing Language English (EN)
Designated States
Title
(EN) STRUCTURALLY SUPPORTIVE HORSESHOE AND METHOD FOR FITTING
(FR) FER A CHEVAL A SOUTIEN STRUCTUREL ET PROCEDE D'AJUSTEMENT
Abstract
(EN)
A structurally supportive horseshoe comprised of an outer shoe portion and an inner structural stabilizer portion, with the outer shoe being formed from a material that is softer than the structural stabilizer. The outer shoe, one side of which is fitted adjacent to the horse's hoof, and the other side of which comes into contact with the ground, is more insulating than the metal used in a traditional shoe, and helps to maintain the natural temperature of the hoof, while acting as a shock absorber and providing a soft surface upon which the hoof can rest. The structural stabilizer is designed to support each of the structural components of the hoof and foot, including the walls of the hoof, as well as the arch of the foot, while stabilizing the hoof on the ground and in motion, side-to-side, as well as when in the air.
(FR)
L'invention concerne un fer à cheval à soutien structurel comprenant une partie fer extérieur et une partie stabilisateur structurel intérieur, le fer extérieur étant formé à partir d'un matériau plus souple que le stabilisateur structurel. Le fer extérieur, dont un côté est ajusté adjacent au sabot du cheval et l'autre côté vient en contact avec le sol, est plus isolant que le métal utilisé dans un fer traditionnel, et il aide à maintenir la température naturelle du sabot, tout en servant d'amortisseur de chocs et en fournissant une surface souple sur laquelle peut reposer le sabot. Le stabilisateur structurel est conçu pour soutenir chaque élément structurel du sabot et du pied, notamment les parois du sabot, ainsi que la cambrure du pied, tout en stabilisant le sabot sur le sol et en mouvement, côté contre côté, mais également en l'air.
Also published as
EP6738403
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