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20 Safety Tips For Clients Holding Horses For Farriers And Vets

NOW is the time to be immersed in valuable knowledge to improve your safety during your everyday hoof care work!
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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Q&A: May/June 2017

What discipline do you find challenges you the most when the horse interferes and why?

A: Shoeing Standardbred racehorses that interfere can be the most challenging. The fact that they are moving at the fastest speeds increases the likelihood that any conformational anomalies will result in limb interference, so balancing feet with proper trim and shoes of proper weight is a must.


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Q&A: Horseshoes You Use

What type of horses do you primarily work with? What types of shoes do you primarily use with these horses?
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Museum Tour With Lee Liles

[Video] The Many Applications Of Horseshoes

In this video, museum director Lee Liles talks about and shows off a variety of horseshoes that can be used depending on the breed and discipline of the horse. 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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