Articles by Pat Tearney

Danny Ward
Modifying Keg Shoes

Smooth Out Those Crinkles

When cold shoeing, be sure your modifications don’t leave a potentially damaging scar in the shoe
It might be the simplest keg shoe modification of all. You check the fit of a shoe against a hoof and find out it’s just a shade wide.
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Shoeing For A Living

Shoeing To Fit A Need

New York farrier Tom Martin’s philosophy is to find what works for a particular horse, then deliver it

AS TOM MARTIN pilots his shoeing rig down winding upstate New York roads on a cold February morning, a number of cars pull over to the side and let him pass.

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Local Association Spotlight

That Drive To Organize

Farriers in Michigan, Vermont getting new opportunity to meet with others

FARRIERS IN TWO STATES have an opportunity to get involved with new horseshoeing associations, thanks in part to the efforts of Don Koglin of Ubly, Mich., and Bruce Matthews of Hyde Park, Vt.

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Dr. Jeff Thomason

The Focus Of First Annual International Hoof-Care Summit

Cincinnati event brings together those who want to learn with those who have something to share

THE REAL WINNERS from the International Hoof-Care Summit weren’t to be found in the classrooms and exhibit galleries of the Cincinnati Convention Center, or in the plush hallways of the Hilton Netherlands Plaza Hotel.

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