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    [RC] farrier schools - Liz Masters

    Just a question for all and not to clog Ridecamp you can send your responses to me directly at


    I have the crazy idea of possibly going to a farrier school. I live in Southern California and would prefer something in this area but I am willing to travel. I want to be able to do my own horses and a few friends horses. I know that there is nothing like experience in doing many horses feet but I want to be able to try different shoes and other things with my horses without having to deal with close minded farriers, ones that want to charge a fortune or don't have time to answer my questions. I currently have access to not only my own 9 horses but about 30 others to gain experience. I am curious where some of the farriers on this list have attended or maybe it can be a question someone can ask their current farrier.

    Thank you
    Liz Masters  AERC#20614

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