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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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Jason Gajczak, vice-chairman of the Yorkshire Farriers association and chief farriery steward, said: "We have been able to host national and international events at Countryside Live since the forge opened, which is the best facility of its kind in the country by a long way.
All farriers carry this awesome responsibility and it should never be taken lightly.
It provides the equestrian community with modern principles to build their knowledge about shoeing, enabling them to communicate better and more productively with their farrier.
Clements and Farriers will both be giving music lovers a taste of what to expect from June's two-day rockstravaganza Bushmills Live with intimate shows in Whelan's, Dublin on June 6 and White's Tavern, Belfast on June 13.
The chairman of the committee said: "This goes to the heart of the Farriers Registration Act and is directly in contravention of the guiding principles in the Code of Conduct, namely to uphold the good reputation of farriers and to understand and comply with your legal obligations.
BAN Farrier Simon Heslop who has been banned from working for a month
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.
I liked watching the farrier who came to our house, and I started riding along with him when I was 11 years old.
Farriers may discuss foot treatment with vets, or devise corrective measures to compensate for faulty limb action.
Farriers work closely with veterinary surgeons and equine hospitals to provide corrective shoeing and surgical farriery.
Newly-qualified farriers earn around pounds 15,000 a year which goes up to between pounds 30-40,000 with experience.
Put that way I'm surprised that anyone wants to be a farrier - or a horse vet