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Digging Into Mike Wildenstein’s Bag Of Shoeing Tricks

Providing good hoof care requires careful attention to detail and an ability to process and use a variety of information says Hall Of Fame farrier
If you ever get the chance to attend a clinic by International Horseshoeing Hall Of Fame member Mike Wildenstein, stay on your toes, listen closely and keep your eyes open. Let your attention wander for just a minute and you'll probably miss something.
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Achieving Balance Through Trims

Developing a thorough knowledge of anatomy, load-bearing and trimming techniques helps achieve critical balance goals
For the majority of the first half of my shoeing career, I educated clients — and farriers — about conformation and the proper way to balance a foot.
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Shoeing In The Green Mountains

Vermont farrier plies his trade in picturesque setting
It's late March in Vermont. The temperatures are slowly rising, melting more and more of the snow and ice that has held the valleys, peaks and ridge lines in its grip during the winter months.
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Fitting Clips

Drawing the clip is only part of the job, making it fit properly on the foot is key
IN THE September/October issue, we described the process of how to make a clip shoe. Now let's discuss how to fit the clip on the foot.
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Personalized Shoeing in Big Sky Country

Forget cookie-cutter shoeing jobs - this shoer relies on sound shoeing and forging skills, a wealth of equine education and an innovative mind to deliver premium hoof care
IF YOU'RE looking for an article about a guy who just takes keg shoes out of a box and nails them onto horses' feet, you might as well stop reading.
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