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Re: Re: Horseshoes???

We have a lot of soft sand in our area and some rock.  As I told Trish, we
had a light year and only had a couple of 50s on that was during
my bout of pneumonia so we didn't get as many conditioning miles on them as
I might normally have.  But I still think they wore better than I thought
they would.

Maggie Mieske
Mieske's Silver Lining
10601 S. Richards Rd.
McBain, Michigan 49657

> From: Duncan Fletcher <>
> To: Maggie Mieske <>;;; Ridecamp <>
> Subject: Re: Re: Horseshoes???
> Date: Monday, March 20, 2000 4:11 PM
> I gotta ask what you ride on. I can't get a reset with aluminum shoes if
> horse does nothing but wander around the pasture. Any serious riding and
> shoe is off (as in worn off) by week 5.
> Duncan Fletcher
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Maggie Mieske" <>
> > They worked just fine....I thought they might help Jonathan with his
> > stumbles but since his stumbles are only due to laziness, they weren't
> > really necessary.  They are about $7-$8 a pair vs. $4-5 a pair for the
> > steel ones.  They don't last as long as steel, of course.  But I do
> > we got one reset out of Jonathan's...included a couple of fifty milers
> > conditioning miles as well.  We had a light season last year.  I'm
> sticking
> > with steel this year.
> >
> >
> > Maggie Mieske

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