Discussion in 'Everyday Horseshoeing' started by smitty88, Aug 17, 2012.
new client from today
FEET WERE LIKE CARD BOARD
only had one shoe left on her
Made a pair of fronts from 13" of 7/8 x 3/8 concave
Lovely and tasty as always, your clipping and clip fitting is amazing John!
Amazing . . . . i look at these and always have to ask?
doing what for a job?
how long since last shoeing?
yikes . . . . . and then conditions?
I think 8 year old
a bit of everything
7 weeks she told me
not sure about the breed
i might get more info on the 2nd visit
I like how you said...7 weeks she told me...lol.. I have never done a horse that was over due according to the owners story...
Beautiful!! Making "chicken salad out of chicken squeeze"; amazing!
Lovely work Smitty!
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Your nail placement always blows me away to look at..
Gary if your nail holes and nail placement are any way right
its not that hard
Somebody has to get under these small fellas
this is the young lad that is just started
Smitty, nice go as always.....
I noticed on the lateral side of the LF, your nails definitely track in line with the shoe, (my goal on most feet). On the lateral side of the RF they seem to track perfectly with the hair line and not the shoe, ( a method also championed by many). Is this by design, and do you have reason(s) when you prefer one over the other?
David i like both ways ,i have no preference
but which ever route i go i try to be consistant
Thanks, Smitty.... I find it's usually whatever the foot best lends itself to..... in some of those swiss cheese feet I find myself nailing where the angels fear to go...
i do get mad with the young lad sometimes with his nail pattern
Smitty your work is Always Top Shelf! Just sayin!!
Smitty looks to me like the left front has a toe clip and the right front has quarter clips?
Or is that two different horses?
Two different horses Dave
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