An anvil fell silent earlier this week. Douglas Bradbury of England had a tremendous influence on the industry in the United Kingdom.
A mentor to multiple generations of farriers, he also created and curated the UK Horseshoeing Museum. In this episode, brought to you by Pennwoods Equine, Executive Editor Jeremy McGovern talked with Grant Moon, who was a friend and student with Bradbury, about the impact he had on farriery.
We also spoke to Kim Lacey about her experience on the American Farrier’s Association Exchange Program, and with British Columbia farrier and educator Gerard Laverty about what’s going on with voluntary registry and reformatting farrier education in the province.
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Intro Music: Gillicuddy - Adventure Darling