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[Video] The History Of Shoe Boards

In this video, museum director Lee Liles talks about the significance of shoe boards and how they came about. Begun as a private collection, the National Museum of Horse Shoeing Tools and Hall Of Honor (Sulphur, Okla.) features one-of-a-kind items and memorabilia that has been gathered over many years. Now, in one place is an unprecedented and never-before-seen collection that contains both the conventional and the unusual — the contemporary and the obsolete.
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Museum Tour With Lee Liles

[Video] 1895 Large Shoe Board Mirrors William Russell Literature

In this video, museum director Lee Liles shows us a large shoe board made in 1895 in Washington, and resembles much of what can be found in books by William Russell. Begun as a private collection, the National Museum of Horse Shoeing Tools and Hall Of Honor (Sulphur, Okla.) features one-of-a-kind items and memorabilia that has been gathered over many years. Now, in one place is an unprecedented and never-before-seen collection that contains both the conventional and the unusual — the contemporary and the obsolete.
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Museum Tour With Lee Liles

[Video] Bill Miller Shoe Board

In this video, museum director Lee Liles talks about this shoe board made by influential horseshoer, Bill Miller. Begun as a private collection, the National Museum of Horse Shoeing Tools and Hall Of Honor (Sulphur, Okla.) features one-of-a-kind items and memorabilia that has been gathered over many years. Now, in one place is an unprecedented and never-before-seen collection that contains both the conventional and the unusual — the contemporary and the obsolete.
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Museum Tour With Lee Liles

[Video] Henry Asmus Shoe Board

In this video, museum director Lee Liles gives a history of a shoe board donated to the museum, and talks about the board's creator, Henry Asmus. Begun as a private collection, the National Museum of Horse Shoeing Tools and Hall Of Honor (Sulphur, Okla.) features one-of-a-kind items and memorabilia that has been gathered over many years. Now, in one place is an unprecedented and never-before-seen collection that contains both the conventional and the unusual — the contemporary and the obsolete.
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Museum Tour With Lee Liles

[Video] William Russell Shoe Board

In this video, museum director Lee Liles talks about a shoe board display made back in the 1890s about the Horse Stable horseshoe nail, and discusses Professor William Russell's many contributions to the horseshoeing community. Begun as a private collection, the National Museum of Horse Shoeing Tools and Hall Of Honor (Sulphur, Okla.) features one-of-a-kind items and memorabilia that has been gathered over many years. Now, in one place is an unprecedented and never-before-seen collection that contains both the conventional and the unusual — the contemporary and the obsolete.
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Toe Clip And Pad Finish Your Shoe Board

This combination proves useful for horses with interference, conformation problems
This is it. The final shoe for our display. There are only two modifications left at this point, the toe clip and “the pad as if on foot.” Both are easy to do, so we are going to crease this shoe to increase the difficulty slightly.
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Raising The Angle

Relying On Shoes, Not Pads
At one time a farrier could kill two birds with one stone when making a shoe for the American Farrier’s Association (AFA) shoe display. A candidate was able to use a wedge pad on a shoe to raise the angle. This technique may still be popular in some circles, but I think it’s unacceptable to use just one modification to satisfy two requirements when qualifying for the AFA shoe display.
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Passing The Bar

When starting your shoeing display, the bar shoe is the place to begin
Cut five pieces of 5/16-by-3/4-inch bar stock, 14 inches long. By making at least five shoes, there is a good chance that you will have one that is worthy of your display, and the rest can probably be used in your business.
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Forging Your Shoe Display

Taking the time to make shoes for your own display board is more than a step toward certification, it's a great learning experience
Here is a topic that can be very controversial. It seems that the rules on how shoe displays are supposed to look have either changed or have just begun to be enforced.
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