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Boiler-Plate Horseshoe
Working horses played critical roles in everyday life before the motorized carriage drove them to pasture. Like a truck that breaks down today, a horse that couldn’t do its job was a liability. While businesses might go to the junkyard to find a part to get the truck back on the road, farriers forged applications that would help the horse so it could return to work.
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What's This? January / February 2022

Finding Buried Treasure
Tony Gathof, a construction inspector for the Louisville, Ky., Water Co., was watching for foundry marks on the 36-inch cast-iron pipe when a horseshoe was unearthed.
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Gunner Gatski speaking 2017 IHCS

Remembering Gunner Gatski

Innovative horseshoer pioneered the designs of anvils and tools

International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame member John “Gunner” Gatski passed away in early August 2021.
Gatski, 79, left an indelible mark on the industry with tool innovations such as the Gunner hammer, bent anvil, cams, ergonomic tool handles and forge design.


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Proper Hoofcare And Conformation And How It Effects Soundness Clinic

9/23/17
IFA Country Store - Riverton
1926 West 12600 South
Riverton, UT
United States
Contact: Kory or Lindsay
Delta Mustad Hoofcare Center and Intermountain Farmers are hosting a clinic for horse owners and farriers in Riverton, Utah. Read More

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Delta Mustad Clinic

3/17/18 8:30 am EST
Horseshoes Plus
8 Oak Hill Road
Barrington, NH
United States
Contact: Bruce
Delta Mustad is hosting a clinic in Barrington, N.H. Read More

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Stockhoff's Clinic & Raffle

10/6/18
Stockhoff's Horseshoes & Supplies
920 New Jersey 33 Business
Freehold, NJ
United States
Contact: Molly Pappas
Stockhoff's is hosting a farrier clinic in Freehold, N.J. Read More

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Cornell's Equine Seminar Series presents "Understanding the Geometry of Shoeing the Hind End”

3/23/21 6:00 am EST
Virtual: Zoom Link
United States
Steve Kraus, Certified Journeyman Farrier and Head of Cornell's Farrier Services and training program, explains the geometrical effects of trimming and shoeing horses for improved performance and balance. Read More

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