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Book Review

For the Want of a Nail, the Shoe Was Lost

By Chris Gregory, FWCF, CJF, ASF

Who has directly influenced your farrier career? If you’re just starting out, your list likely isn’t long. A little time and initiative will eventually fill the gaps. If you have some skin in the game, your list might resemble the one compiled by Chris Gregory in his book, For Want of a Nail, the Shoe Was Lost.

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Clinching 101

Good clinching helps keep shoes on and also improves the appearance of your shoeing work
Clinching is an incredibly important aspect of shoeing a horse. If it's done improperly, keeping a shoe on the foot can become difficult. However it is also a part of the job that is unlikely to cause damage to the hoof or horse, so it is often left to an apprentice or helper. It's important to understand a few principles that are involved in clinching that will make the job better and stronger.
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Simple Shoeing Rig Works Just Fine

Missouri farrier, school owner opts for skill over inventory
Making his way through the rural areas of southwestern Missouri, farrier and Heartland Horseshoeing School owner and instructor Chris Gregory has more things to worry about than spending time and money on a fancy shoeing trailer.
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