Some photos of our everyday work.
A set of handmade shoes on a Thoroughbred jumper.
A set of concave shoes for a barrel racer
Set of concave eggbars for a horse that needs traction and heel support.
A hind shoe for a wide hind foot.
Using an equips pour in pad to unload a horses medial heel.
Some Before and afters on this fine footed thoroughbred
A big shoe and toe clip for a shire.
some properly fitted toe clips
Some fullered lateral branches
Getting some long toes under control!
Spending some time making shoes!
A suspensory shoe requested by a vet for a horse with a medial tear at the sesamoid bone. The Widened toe and lateral branch will help relieve load from the medial suspensory ligament.
A quarter crack patch and a frog support pad for this show jumper with a quarter crack.
An eggbar with a leather pad. The toe of this pad is cut out to accomodate horse that has arthritis in the tip of the coffin bone.
A “banana” shoe for this chronically laminitic horse
the finished product
some overgrown miniatures
This horse drags its hind feet. Note the shoe is fit where the wall should be to protect the toe.
More examples of lateral support shoes. A technique that widens the outside branch of a shoe protect the lateral part of the horses foot that is overloaded.
teaching a young horse all about hot fitting!
Some winter shoeing, on the left is a snow ball pad with borium brazed on, while the right photo is a rim pad with drill and drive studs.