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20 Safety Tips For Clients Holding Horses For Farriers And Vets

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In this FREE eGuide, “20 Safety Tips For Clients Holding Horses For Farriers And Vets,” American Farriers Journal pinpoints 20 tips farriers can immediately implement into their practices to encourage a safe working environment for both themselves and for their assistants.
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The ball has dropped. Toasts have been made. Another year has passed. Father Time has relinquished his mantle to Baby New Year. But before running headlong into 2017, it’s a good time to reflect upon 2016. After all, “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
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Court Dismisses Lawsuit After Farrier Dies While Shoeing A Horse

A California farrier with 45 years of experience was hired to trim a horse’s hooves. While working in an outdoor corral, the horse knocked him down and his head hit a rock. He died from his injuries and his estate sued the horse owner, who also owned the property. The trial court dismissed the case and the California Court of Appeals agreed.
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