Articles by Pat Tearney

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Taking A Stroll Down My Own Horseshoeing Memory Lane

The first time I ever saw a horse shod, the farrier was my college roommate, John Hart. This was back in the early 1970s. John, who was a couple of years younger than me, had taken a spring term off from Ohio's Bowling Green State University, where we were students, to go to horseshoeing school in Oklahoma.

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Share Your Most Common Hoof-Care Challenges

Searches of our website indicate high-low syndrome is No. 1

A recent review of terms searched for on our website, seems to confirm the belief of many farriers that high-low syndrome is virtually endemic among U.S. horses.

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Staying Current Along The Mississippi

Louisiana shoer Jimmy Gore flourishes by maintaining high standards and adapting to a changing horse-and-owner population
It's not hot on the bayou on this late February morning near Baton Rouge, La. Spring is running a little late this year, as it is for much of the country.
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