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The Basics of Drilling and Tapping

When horses need extra traction to perform, clients expect a farrier to be able to quickly and efficiently prepare horseshoes for studs
A sport horse that jumps in competition presents an interesting mixture of courage and fear. It must be brave enough to go to the fence and jump it, but be fearful enough of hurting itself that it will make sufficient effort not to knock anything down.
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Shoeing Rigs

What is one accessory to your shoeing rig/trailer that you couldn't go without? What is something your rig/trailer lacks that you want to add with your next rig/trailer?
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The Long, Long Trailer

With a truck and trailer upgrade, farrier Chris Richter has improved his ability to reach his Southern California clients
Navigating the backcountry around San Diego can be a challenge for drivers of trucks with trailers. Even with the difficulty of maneuvering his trailer rig up and down these snaking roads, Ramona, Calif., farrier Chris Richter says his setup is a good one.
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A Room To Roam

Farrier Rich Cleland was aiming for a portable workshop when he put the pieces togeter for his perfect rig
Words such as "sharp", "sporty" and even "pretty" accurately describe Rich Cleland's shoeing rig, but they don't do justice to how functional and comfortable it is.
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Owner Designs Rig For Handling, Comfort

The road doesn’t stop at the barn door, so farrier can come in from the tough Canadian weather in his custom-tailored rig

In the Great White North, harsh weather punishes farriers who aren’t prepared. David Glavind, who shoes in and around Calgary, Alberta, Canada, won’t shiver if he can help it.


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Forced Choice Becomes Surprisingly Simple And Convenient Shoeing Rig

Rob McCumber turned to an Extendo Bed because he had to, but found that life and work were a little easier after he did
Farrier Rob McCumber used to pull a walk-in shoeing trailer with his pickup truck. But then the homeowners' association in his Boynton Beach, Fla., neighborhood banned resident parking and storage of commercial utility trucks, so McCumber had to find an alternative.
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