Hunter

Greeneville, TN

#1 Mar 3, 2013
I need a farrier for my 5 yr old gelding. Any body know one. They MUST be experienced with hunter/jumper horses. ABSOLUTELY NO WALKING HORSE FARRIERS! I dont even want one looking at my horse... I would also preffer if they went to a school instead of learning from a book. My horse has no depth in his front feet so he will probably need shoes. Is there anyone affordable?
minutes

Midway, TN

#2 Mar 3, 2013
Hunter wrote:
I need a farrier for my 5 yr old gelding. Any body know one. They MUST be experienced with hunter/jumper horses. ABSOLUTELY NO WALKING HORSE FARRIERS! I dont even want one looking at my horse... I would also preffer if they went to a school instead of learning from a book. My horse has no depth in his front feet so he will probably need shoes. Is there anyone affordable?
Stacey Franklin is an experienced farrier
Greeneville Girl

United States

#3 Mar 4, 2013
Hunter wrote:
I need a farrier for my 5 yr old gelding. Any body know one. They MUST be experienced with hunter/jumper horses. ABSOLUTELY NO WALKING HORSE FARRIERS! I dont even want one looking at my horse... I would also preffer if they went to a school instead of learning from a book. My horse has no depth in his front feet so he will probably need shoes. Is there anyone affordable?
Terry Young in White Pine. He's a wonderful farrier, has a lot of common sense, and does magnificent corrective shoeing. He's just generally a good person. He does a lot of hunter jumper shoeing. Won't touch TWH's, and won't do much if any padding, he's shod our pleasure Saddlebreds for years. He's really good with the horses and not rough on them like the impatient redneck farriers around here.:)
Greeneville Girl

United States

#4 Mar 4, 2013
Hunter wrote:
I need a farrier for my 5 yr old gelding. Any body know one. They MUST be experienced with hunter/jumper horses. ABSOLUTELY NO WALKING HORSE FARRIERS! I dont even want one looking at my horse... I would also preffer if they went to a school instead of learning from a book. My horse has no depth in his front feet so he will probably need shoes. Is there anyone affordable?
Also, he did go to farrier school in Virginia I believe, and did a long apprenticeship with an experienced farrier.
Hartford ky lady

Utica, KY

#5 Mar 5, 2013
We lost all our good farriers due to age and back problems. I do mine myself now. But i just have little donkey feet, they easier than horses. Im trying to convince them to lay on their back while i trim.

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