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Shoeing For A Living

Farrier Guided by 'Classical Shoeing'

Horseshoer Alexi Gutierrez uses a solid base of footcare fundamentals to cover a wide range of horses in South Florida
It seems today that many horseshoers found farriery after having careers in non-equine fields. The influence of that previous life emerges in their everyday work. A horseshoer who served in the military often is very disciplined in showing up to footcare appointments on time. Farriers with a background in accounting tend to closely mind the dollars and cents going in and out of their practice. You get the point.
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Many Benefits For Glue-On Shoes

Glue-on shoe experts come together to share the secrets of their success
One of the many controversial topics in farriery remains gluing on horseshoes. There are farriers who have reasons for not using them.
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Common Problems to Look for When You First See a Horse

Farriers share the most common foot problems they find when taking on a new account — and how to improve the situations
A common scenario is for a new horse to show up on your mat with instructions to "just shoe it." Very often that horse does not come with a shoeing or soundness history, but does arrive with the assumption from the person paying the bill that there are no foot problems.
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Don’t Forget The Back End

Essential strategies for taking care of horse’s hinds range from paying attention to the basics to teaming up with veterinarians
Because of the economics of raising and competing horses many disciplines are geared to the young horse. This, bluntly speaking, minimizes expenses used on a loser.
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