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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A five-year restraining order was made under which he is not to approach Mr Farrier, go into his business premises or enter the car parks at the back of the Lord Street shops.
Farrier House is also immaculately presented and has contemporary fittings which blend splendidly with Georgian features.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said there was enough evidence to meet the threshold for the civilian farrier - but said it was not in the public interest to prosecute the individual.
New Zealand journalist David Farrier, who is famous for his stories of the strange and weird side of life, discovered the "sport" after seeing some tickling footage online and reached out to the organizers of the competitions, and was rebuffled
Generally, most horses, whether shod or not, should have the farrier call on them routinely.
Farrier shows how this unruliness, if properly summoned, can provide a means of ethical challenge and resistance.
A MAN has been suspended from the Farriers Register after allowing someone to carry out illegal horse shoeing.
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.
She is one of only a handful of female farriers in Wales and the only one in south east Wales.
The 22-year-old mobile farrier from Ystrad Mynach got a grant from the Rural Development Plan for Wales - funded by the Welsh Government and the European Rural Development Fund - to buy equipment and market her business.
A farrier is essentially a blacksmith who travels from barn to barn shoeing horses.