Horseshoeing for Winter

winter horseshoeing

This article applies to horses that are living and working outside during the winter. Most show horses that live in training and show stables live and work inside during winter conditions After about 25 years of horseshoeing in the Cincinnati area, I have a few ways to keep us all working in reasonable comfort –…

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Well tuned and thankful.

This summer has been super busy, even though I really tried to turn down the volume and take more time for the family & farm.

I sure am loving this rig, and my work is showing it. I have a lot of pictures I would like to write about in the upcoming down time. I learn a lot in this process. The enjoyment I get from the whole thing makes it hard to find anything to complain about.

One of the most important things I need to succeed, logistics and scheduling seem far more efficient than ever before.

My biggest problem now is billing. Its a pretty lame problem that I just rarely take the time to do. Luckily, that only effects two clients. Anyway, I’ll get on that.

Thank you. I can’t imagine having a better clientele than I do right now. Most of us have been together for quit a while now, and I sure hope we have a long while to go.

This has turned into a bit of the state of this farrier. The state of this farrier has never been better and I am very thankful.