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Re: [RC] Continued... Cost of Shoeing - Suzi Maiorisi

My $60 shoer does an excellent job, if she loses a shoe he's out immediately to replace it at no charge and she's (Holly) never had a problem since I switched from the 'cheap' guy (sounds like mine's pretty cheap  as shoers go anyway!) to the good one.  He doesn't do endurance but handles several clients who do as well as doing lots of trail riding on the same trails we have our rides on.  I schedule our visits after he's finished shoeing her and aside from his mother in law's death, he's never had to reschedule nor has he been late.  I'm feeling pretty lucky about now!
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Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2004 12:41 PM
Subject: [RC] Continued... Cost of Shoeing

Thank you all who responded...I am new at this so I wanted a gernral
consences...what about extra's like Borium, or adding pads (for snow)?  And
if a horse throws a shoe (or more likely gets sucked down in the mud..lol),
does the ferrier charge to replace the shoe?

Chris & JJ (spell checker not working..)


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[RC] Continued... Cost of Shoeing, Christina McCarthy