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Re: [RC] [RC] hot shoeing - Juli Jakub

I was always taught that hot shoeing includes putting a heated shoe on the foot. But in the interest of being concise I am going to refer to it as hot fitting so there will be no confusion.

<P>Juli Jakub</P>
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From: <i>Chris Paus &lt;paus@xxxxxxxxxxx&gt;</i><br>Reply-To: <i>paus@xxxxxxxxxxx</i><br>To: <i>Ridecamp Guest &lt;guest-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx&gt;, ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx</i><br>Subject: <i>Re: [RC] hot shoeing</i><br>Date: <i>Thu, 27 Oct 2005 17:20:00 -0700 (PDT)</i><br>
<br><div>Thank you Kat. That's the way I understood it! Apparently, farriers in the midwest don't know correct farrier terminology as &quot;hot shoeing&quot; here means putting a hot shoe on a horse's hoof.</div>
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<div>chris<br><br><b><i>Ridecamp Guest &lt;guest-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx&gt;</i></b> wrote:</div>
<blockquote class=replbq style="padding-left:5px;margin-left:5px;border-left:#1010ff 2px solid">Please Reply to: ti tivers@xxxxxxx or ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<br>==========================================<br><br>Actually, if one goes back to the orignal poster's question (see below),<br>hot shoing in this discussion refers to the temperature of the shoe when<br>placed against the foot and how long it is left there, and has nothing to<br>do with whether the shoer uses a forge to heat the shoe in order to shape<br>it.<br><br>kat<br>Orange County, Calif.&gt;<br><br>The actual truth of the matter is that the original poster misused the phrase &quot;hot shoeing&quot; due to a lack of knowledge of farrier terminology. Here, you perpetuate that error. For some, words have clear, specific meanings--or should have; for others, anything goes.<br><br>ti<br><br><br>=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-<br>Ridecamp is a service of Endurance Net,
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