In an effort to bring you more of the valuable stories and information you’ve come to expect from American Farriers Journal, we’re expanding our Web site offerings.
In addition to our popular “Editor’s Choice” features, we’ll be adding four feature articles which will appear “Only Online,” and not in the magazine.
If you haven’t already, you’ll want to bookmark our site so you can click right to these exciting features.
During the coming weeks, we’ll bring you three stories about unusual types of shoeing, as well as a fourth for all of you artists of the anvil that will show you how to make an item that will be a great gift for your shoeing clients.
LOTS OF MULES. Bob Tanner and his father, Bob Tanner Sr., scoured the country for the right mules to train to pull the famous 20-Mule Team Borax Hitch in the Tournament of Roses Parade.
There are probably a few farriers around who are old enough to remember the famous 20-Mule Team Borax wagons—at least from the popular television series of the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Visit our Web site on March 10 to see just how much work goes into getting that many mules ready for the road!
In “The Last Hurrah,” California farrier Bob Tanner and his father, Bob Tanner Sr., share with American Farriers Journal the tale of how they helped resurrect that historical 20-mule hitch for one last grand ride in the Tournament of Roses Parade in…