Discussion in 'Everyday Horseshoeing' started by George Geist, Jul 25, 2012.
what did you think of the plating George?
And what did Smitty think of the plating?
Me too, not too much to grumble about... and well above what is typical in this corner of the world.
George, I can't believe you didn't wine that he used a stall jack. LOL! Heck the darned thing doesn't even have a horn.
looked good to me too.
changed some shoes on a racehorse; racing Monday......hope I get a win pic as a bonus for shoeing the horse.
got another one coming up George; and going to training plates on it for now, on Monday evening........
hey plated that racehorse tonite; with concord steels on; for training; just got home and it's 8:40pm on here at 8:56pm to see what's up.
we will see how this shoes hold up on the farm; those TB heavy training plates is what I usually use.
got to go to bed; big day tues. till 8pm again......see ya.....farriers
Ur a Puss
there is need to start on plater , they are trying to be constructive
whats that all about shoeing the race horse?
an apprentice bitching about working long hours.....really?
I dident think Linda was an Apprentice
why do you say this
what qualifications you got then Jaye ?
to much talk about working late and re-doing her work(s)
she is just trying to make sensible conversation , probably alien to you
me chris? 4 Pam Am games, 5 World Games, 2 Olympics and numerous pony champs in Lexington and other chest beating and atta boys. no formal education in farriery just apprentiships. and on my worst day i can fk ur world up. Smiley faces to ya!!!!
even if this thing is tyied to me leg:
no fomal education in farriery , sums you up
Thanks Chris, here in the colonies, that is what makes us different than youse guys...."Ba Bam"
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