So... Some former clients of mine, (whom I dropped last year for several reasons) decided it would be a good idea to try to ride their mare over a guard rail. Mare pulled back and the guard rail decided to keep 1/4 of her hoof. It appears to have removed the whole cornary band... the vet and several other farriers think it will grow back, but I don't see how it can just "regenerate" a hoof? Going to see the mare and meet with the vet, in person, on Wednesday. I'm thinking an e.d.d.s. eggbar... backwards shoe, weld a bar to the heels of a keg shoe? I definitely think I should stabilize the hoof somehow, to avoid any more separation. The horse doesn't stand good, of course, so I won't have a huge amount of time to mess around. Any and all help, suggestions and shares experiences would be appreciated! Thanks Guys!