farrier


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farrier

(făr′ē-ər)
n.
One who shoes horses.

far′ri·er·y n.

farrier

a person skilled in the techniques of making, fitting and remodeling horseshoes, including hot and cold fitting, orthopedic shoeing.
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The farrier, of St Ebba's Way, said he knew he had done wrong but criticised the decision to deprive him of work for a month.
I got older I would him on his round school holidays, I left school I was to gain an with five-time champion farrier Billy who inspired me to very best of myself.
Neil Jackson is not able to carry out farriery for 28 days because of the ruling by the disciplinary committee of the Farriers Registration Council.
To this end it enlists a phalanx of theoretical heavies--Spivak, Agamben, Ranciere, Bhabha, Bigo, Mbembe, and many more--whom Farrier marshals in sentences that sometimes read like scholarly bravado: Bigo's account of "the Ban-opticon dispositif (14) adapted from Foucault via Althusser provides a "reading of the present-day surveillance landscape, as it incorporates Agamben's understanding of the ban that merges with "Mbembe's necropolitics" (14) in a way that is typically Rancierian"(15).
While these issues are a fundamental part of the farrier's job, they also need to be better understood by horse owners, to improve their dialogue with farriers, to get a better shoeing standard, and so to improve the horse's welfare and performance.
Doug Butler is a farrier who draws upon his more than fifty years of experience and expertise in equine hoof care - including the trimming and balancing of horses' hooves and the placing of shoes on their hooves when necessary.
Sam Johnson - one of several young craftsmen who have trained as farriers or blacksmiths on Moreton Morrell Agricultural College's pre-farrier course - showed off his skills at the picturesque 19th century forge.
Contract notice: Farrier services to the cavalry vEnstra gE[micro]taland.
He has run well fresh in the past and we have a weight swing with Farrier from 12 months ago.
Your farrier can spot subtle changes and take necessary steps to keep your horse's feet in good working order.
The three-year-old bay filly was bred by the Llanfechain farrier, who named his Perthog stud after his home village of Pantperthog, near Machynlleth.
Nevertheless, the farrier said he felt he had been harshly treated.