Gallery

Some photos of our everyday work.

 

A set of handmade shoes on a Thoroughbred jumper.

 

A set of concave shoes for a barrel racer

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Set of concave eggbars for a horse that needs traction and heel support.

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A hind shoe for a wide hind foot.

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Using an equips pour in pad to unload a horses medial heel.

Some Before and afters on this fine footed thoroughbred

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A big shoe and toe clip for a shire.

some properly fitted toe clips

Some fullered lateral branches

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Getting some long toes under control!

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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

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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.

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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.