Question about the apex of the frog being too close to the toe

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by Sabina, Feb 27, 2013.

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    ray steele Administrator

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    John
    Look you ve all ready complained about the temp. of the Guinness,i would never do that.
    I ll go

    Sabina,

    pm me the ticket

    Regards

    Ray
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    smitty88 Well-Known Member

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    Somebody has to keep the standards up:)
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    ray steele Administrator

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    Well John ,
    I really didn t want to promote myself in that department , but since you ve mentioned one of my qualities, I ll take the compliment in the manner and the recommendation as it was meant.

    I ll let you know when the ticket arrives! Thanks John, it means a lot to me!

    Ray
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    ray steele Administrator

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    Sabina,

    May I suggest that you ask your hoof care provider to take a look at these forums so that he/she may relate what they observed and reasons for the trim shown,
    we may all learn somethings.

    Regards

    Ray
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    Michael Allen Champion spokesman for UK toolmaker!

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    I really would like to throw my name in the hat. You guys all have people(kids, wifes) that would hate to see you leave. So I will take one for the team and offer to go over...

    Or are we going about this wrong. I could see a nice FF clinic there. Ray and I will leave the states with the Yacht and stop by and pick you guys up on the way
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    joe bill There went my twenty!!!

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    Men the sheik mohammed is ov3r there with some of the Best Kentucky Bred Thoroughbreds money can buy....He comes over to the major sales and takes the very best bloodlines....I guarantee that there are farriers around Dubai that are top shelf..not trying to dampen the dreams of farriers wanting to help.......just facts......

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    Justin Decker Active Member

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    Ya and they can't win a big race over here!!:D
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    Justin Decker Active Member

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    Isn't Derek Puopard over there doing the quixshoe thing, this horse would be a good candidate for that IMO.

    Sabina, no matter who you get just know that they are going to have there hands full fixing your horse. It may not be an easy road.
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    joe bill There went my twenty!!!

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    Thank God for that....but it is not because their feet arent level....

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    joe bill There went my twenty!!!

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    My cousin won the derby with a 50-1 longshot a few years ago with a horse named "Mine That Bird"....I didnt see any different looking feet there in the paddock that I see here at Remington Park. However the Dubai horses feet were definately kept shiny as a show horse...some had what I thought were copper looking or brass alloy plates...they were polished up with a rasp around the beauty ring and looked like gold...

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    smitty88 Well-Known Member

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    Joe the Sheiks have horses over here and who do you think shoes them
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    ray steele Administrator

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    John,

    to answer you directly about this,

    you must realize, if i need to stop in Ireland , over or return from Saudi or Dubai, you will have to pay a separate barn call to get the Sheiks horses done, it s only fair!

    Would there be any Guinness available, of quality?

    Ray
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    smitty88 Well-Known Member

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    Ray if you can get it like this your doing well pints of cream.
    but we dont know if you are a farrier or not
    no evidence or pics of you with a hammer in your hand:)
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    ray steele Administrator

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    John,

    glad you brought that up, I ll start another thread in the farrier section, and leave the discussion here about Sabinas horse. See you in the that.

    Ray
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    joe bill There went my twenty!!!

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    smitty i dont know who shoes them over here or over there? All I meant was that they have great farriers, no matter where they are stalled.
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    gary evans old and slow

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    Any update on the horse Sabina? Did you get it trimmed?
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    chris bunting Well-Known Member

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    Sabina New Member

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    Hi All! Yes, did. Will take pics by next Wednesday as am off Dubai for work.
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    david a hall Moderator

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    Thank you for that.
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    Ya have to go a bit south first! Yu'uns will need a course in eatin' camel and goat filled with rice, some baby pigeon and others. Been there and done that. Both at the International Endurance venue and Nad Al Sheba racetrack. Hayden Price and I were there and parlayed for a while. That was '02. Hadn't seen him since '96. We met I was cutting back bulbous frogs for the Japanese team.
    The "team" hadn't seen the granite footing in Atlanta! We talked again in '05 @ Laminitis seminar, Palm Beach.

    BTW, That is the Queen and Princess...

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