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Therapeutic Shoeing

Tips for Repairing Tough Hoof Cracks

Get your equine athlete back into competition quickly with the McKinlay Patch
Every second counts in racing, even when the horse isn’t on the track. Vero Beach, Fla., farrier Tom Curl and Pleasant Grove, Calif., farrier Leah Clarke know this well after repairing quarter cracks on top racehorses and show horses across the country.
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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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Grow Through An Apprenticeship

The art and craft of horseshoeing used to be passed on from master to apprentice, but today there are schools, books, DVDs and other opportunities and tools available for learning.
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The Farrier Apprentice

Making The Most Of An Apprenticeship

A good work ethic coupled with the enthusiasm and ability to learn will always serve apprentices well
In the March 2012 issue of American Farriers Journal, we looked at apprenticing and internships from the view of the mentoring farrier and business owner.
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6-Day Turn-Around

Daily treatments with the help of a disciplined training staff get a 4-year-old back on the track for training in a hurry
A 4-year-old was claimed out of a race in south Florida in the early part of the 2010 season. Even though the horse had obvious foot concerns, the new trainer gambled that the horse could quickly be returned to racetrack training.
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