The other day I turned out my two wethers so I could see how they reacted to the 12" of snow we got. Well Toby learned that he could run at full speed and jump onto the ice where our pool used to be and slide all the way across. That area is a ring abt 25ft across that has ice abt 3" deep. He did this constantly for about 30 minutes until I put him back into his paddock. The next day I thought I would check everyone's hoofs since I haven't been doing that much since I've been recovering from covid ( can't breath in the cold) and I noticed a small vertical crack. I think he may have done this when he was being stupid on the ice! I'm going to try to get out to the barn one day this week and trim it back good. Is there anything that I can do to seal the crack? its not tender/sore and as far as I can tell there is no odor but I still cant smell much. Also, is there a good way to restrain him? He is so big now I'm worried I wont have the strength to handle him like I did before. I'm as week as a kitten since covid...I hate being like this!