Here are more images from the "Shoeing For a Living" day spent with James Gilchrist and his team of shoers. Read about this story in the May/June 2010 issue of American Farriers Journal.
Jame Clark, one of Gilchrist's associates prepares to wotk on a hind foot.
Red Renchin looks on as Gilchrist and his crew works.
Gilchrist looks up as he hot shapes a keg shoe.
Checking the support and lay following a heart bar pour.
Apply a propane flame before trimming the hoof.
James Gilchrist hot fits the horse.
Gilchrist nails on a shoe.
Checking the fit.