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Recognizing Farriers for All You Do

The 13th annual National Farriers Week is a time for clients to recognize the quality work of shoers
For the 13th consecutive year, American Farriers Journal is proud to sponsor National Farriers Week, July 10-16, 2011. We’ve encouraged horse owners and all other members of the equine community to recognize the dedication and hard work that farriers display 365 days a year.
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Shoeing For A Living

Making The Thoroughbred Rounds

Bluegrass farrier’s typical day takes him from foals, through yearlings to working racehorses
The Lexington, Ky., farrier, who has been shoeing Thoroughbred horses in the Bluegrass Country for 27 years, spends his mornings at area breeding barns, where he might handle a foal’s foot for the first time, trim a barn full of brood mares or nail the first pair of shoes on the front feet of a yearling just before a sale.
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Managing the Base-Narrow Horse

When you come across a base-narrow horse due to medial-lateral imbalance, this approach could address the issue within two shoeings
If you shoe horses, you’ll come across base-narrow, high-inside heeled horses.
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Sharp, Sharp, Sharper!

Here’s an easy-to-follow hoof knife sharpening process to make trimming much more efficient
More farriers are relying on low-cost buffers and sharpening wheels as a more effective way of sharpening and honing hoof knives.
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