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[Podcast] A Conversation with Chris Gregory

In this episode of the <em>American Farriers Journal</em> podcast, brought to you by GE Forge & Tool, Editor Jeremy McGovern spoke with farrier educator and clinician, Chris Gregory to talk about his life, his family’s farrier school and some important points on client management.
In this episode of the American Farriers Journal podcast, brought to you by GE Forge & Tool, Editor Jeremy McGovern spoke with farrier educator and clinician Chris Gregory to talk about his life, his family’s farrier school and some important points on client management.
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Success With Show Horses Demands Managing The Schedule

Managing the schedule of show horses requires careful planning and thorough communication with the footcare team

For about 20 years, I have worked at busy 3-day eventing, endurance, dressage and driving barns. These barns range in size from a half-dozen to 3 dozen horses. Over the years, I’ve developed a strategy for managing show barns that fits most disciplines, regardless of size.


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Shoeing for a Living

Setting A Standard In West Texas

El Paso, Texas, farrier Doug Hogue says other shoers are largely to thank for the progress of his practice
Intensity is a key trait found in most successful farriers. Concentration on the job at hand, striving for self-improvement and unwavering pursuit of established goals are a few ways it manifests with practitioners. Without that spirit, one will not last long in this industry.
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Best Idea

What is the most recent idea you've learned from another farrier that has made an impact on your day as a farrier? This can include anything from how you trim/shoe, managing clients, ordering supplies and so on.
What is the most recent idea you've learned from another farrier that has made an impact on your day as a farrier? This can include anything from how you trim/shoe, managing clients, ordering supplies and so on.
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Can You Put that in Writing

Can You Put That In Writing?

Spoken communication can reflect a casual comfort with clients, but it can also leave room for problems. A well-crafted note might make your work easier.

Every farrier has experienced it during his or her career: You tell a client something, and he or she hears something completely different.


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