As opposed to racetracks, where "resident farriers" care for those "resident athletes" on a timely basis, these girls are traveling multiple states over a period of multiple months. Acquisition of a farrier is a logistical problem. Will there be a farrier at the rodeo to replace a pulled shoe? If so, will he understand how the shoe is to be set as explained on the video? Will he know how to set a rear toe clip? What if the pulled shoe can't be found? Will they be carrying extras? I bet one will eventually wind up in a forge. Many of the ropers and bull doggers shoe their own horses for this very reason, and some even replace lost shoes or shoe for these girls. They will be in for a surprise. Hopefully the girls will prepare in advance if possible. I wish them the best.