Discussion in 'Horseshoeing Competitions and Handmade Horseshoes' started by Gary Hill, Jun 1, 2013.
Pair of crossfire or preventers as some call them..
Damn it worked??? OK maybe some more to come?
Had to go back to old puter to do these? Windows 8 is not as friendly to me as it is to others apparently?
Afew more , differant approaches on lamanitis and such..
Found the old barshoe in a box in my shop..I bet I made that 30yrs ago for a horse that attempted to cut off its bulb on one side..
I hate windows 8.
Windows 8 is Microsoft's best effort to totally screw up everything they fixed in Windows 7.
Me To, I can.t seem to do anything I could on my old computer. Thinking of hireing a tutor to help me with it..
Thank God that I am not alone in this Windows 8 thing...I can not negociate my photos on the damned thing and I think I deleted them?? Lucky they are on the old wine soaked DELL that is still working with XP... And I have all my photos on a flashdrive now..
Medial heel nails do not aline but this is at the horse and that's where I see strong wall to drive into..so it is not contest quality it is what is done at the horse..
Well done Gary always nice to see peoples work in pics.
Gary the pair of cross/fire
the lenth of the inside heel compared
to the outside heel before the turn?
Yes Sir, should of had more lateral heel... but the horse didn't hit.
Gary when i was doing most all the pacers in Ireland this is what i made for them behind(cross/firing shoe)
and aluminiums up front.
some got no caulk and some got no trailer
That must do wonders for the hocks and sacrum.
try make a pair and fit them
IMO the exercise would serve no purpose other than exercise for its own sake.
The button caulk is verry small and is used to delay him behind
most would get just a trailer
Over here they have bread those problems out of most of the pacers.
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