Wall Separation: The Horn is separated from the Sensitive Laminae producing infectious fluid, which relieves or abscesses at the Coronary Band.

Site - "A" is the point of the first abscess and "B" is the site of the second. I have the sections of the foot outlined where I believe the injured areas are.


This view shows the inside of the foot after precise removal of the Hoof Wall and Hoof Horn.

"A" shows how the hoof sheds the injured Sensitive Laminae then allows for a natural healing process once the abscess is relieved.

"B" shows where the second injury is relieved at the Coronary Band and how again the Hoof shed the damaged Sensitive Laminae to start the healing process.


This foot was soaked in a solution consisting of 1cup of Epsom salts and cup of Bleach, in 1 gal of warm water for hr per day for 3 days.

I applied my "Millennium Patch" application technique 5 days later and the horse successfully raced 2 days after having it applied. The horse never missed a week of racing after the trainer requested my services.

The Hoof 20 weeks after "The Millennium Patch Application Technique" was applied.

A- Clean Coronary band growth
B- Nice New Hoof Heel
C- The Millennium Patch still tightly in place


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