Race Plating

Discussion in 'Everyday Horseshoeing' started by George Geist, Jul 25, 2012.

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    smitty88 Well-Known Member

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    what did you think of the plating George?
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    dana fenn It's complicated . . . .

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    And what did Smitty think of the plating? :)
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    AnthonyLawrence Active Member

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    Me too, not too much to grumble about... and well above what is typical in this corner of the world.
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    Tom Bloomer Well-Known Member

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    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. ;)
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    Platerforge Guest

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    looked good to me too.
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    Susan Holden Member

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    Mal did:rolleyes:
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    Platerforge Guest

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    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........
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    Platerforge Guest

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    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:)
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    Mr. Perry Active Member

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    Ur a Puss
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    chris bunting Well-Known Member

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    there is need to start on plater , they are trying to be constructive
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    smitty88 Well-Known Member

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    whats that all about shoeing the race horse?
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    Mr. Perry Active Member

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    an apprentice bitching about working long hours.....really?
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    smitty88 Well-Known Member

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    I dident think Linda was an Apprentice
    why do you say this
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    chris bunting Well-Known Member

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    what qualifications you got then Jaye ?
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    Mr. Perry Active Member

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    to much talk about working late and re-doing her work(s)
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    chris bunting Well-Known Member

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    she is just trying to make sensible conversation , probably alien to you
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    Mr. Perry Active Member

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    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: IMG00308-20120720-1610.jpg
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    chris bunting Well-Known Member

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    no fomal education in farriery , sums you up
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    Mr. Perry Active Member

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    Thanks Chris, here in the colonies, that is what makes us different than youse guys...."Ba Bam"

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