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How to Enter the 2021 Summit Mail-In Forging Competition

The 2021 Summit Mail-In Forging Exercise will earn a winner a buckle and all participants a T-shirt
For the seventh annual contest, International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame member Craig Trnka challenges contestants with a concave shoe that requires finesse and sticking to the measurements. See how to enter.
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Craig Trnka Demonstrates How to Forge the VICTORY Summit Mail-In Shoe

While covering the recent Michigan Horseshoers Association’s 50th anniversary Contest and Clinic at the Michigan State University’s Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education, Edgewood, N.M., farrier Craig Trnka generously took some time to demonstrate how to forge the 2019 International Hoof-Care Summit Mail-In shoe, sponsored by VICTORY.
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2017 Summit Mail-In Forging Competition

The 2017 Summit Mail-In Forging Exercise will earn a winner a buckle and all participants a T-shirt
Now in its third year, the Summit Mail-In Forging Exercise has a new challenge for this go around.
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Summit Mail-In Forging Exercise Winner Named

Stockport, Ohio, farrier Mike Augenstein wins inaugural forging exercise judged at the International Hoof-Care Summit
No stranger to forging competitions, Stockport, Ohio, farrier Mike Augenstein has competed twice as a member of the American Farriers Team and in several World Championship Blacksmith contests. With his history of competing, it shouldn't come as a surprise that he took first place with the inaugural Summit Mail-In Forging Exercise.
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New Exercise To Challenge Your Forging Skills

Build a heart bar shoe for the “Summit Mail-In Forging Exercise” to earn a shirt and maybe win a buckle and International Hoof-Care Summit registration
Response to the final Calgary Mail-In Forging Exercise was so tremendous, it would be a shame to see it go away because of the Calgary Stampede’s decision to abandon a forging contest. Although Calgary may be gone, there is good news because a new mail-in forging exercise will take its place.
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