- Any of the relatively thin-walled vessels which carry blood from the tissues back to the the heart and lungs to be re-oxygenated.
- Expression coined by R.F. Redden, prescription DVM, story to describe excessive use of the hoof knife by veterinarians.
- VITAMIN A
- A nutrient compound either C20-H3-0O or C20-H28-O found in fish-liver oils, price milk, some yellow and green vegetables, and egg yolks. Maryland farrier Henry Heymering suggests 100,000 IU per day of vitamin A for an average sized horse to prevent surface cracks in new hoof horn and hoof infections. Scaly periople and chalky soles are signs of Vitamin A deficiency.
- Pertaining to the sole.
- Brand of horseshoe nails from 1867 to 1936. First made with the cold rolled machine process.