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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 buffet features the best picks from the kitchens of its signature restaurants: juicy cuts and grills from Prime Steakhouse, Asian and Japanese cuisine from Shiba and international flavours from Farriers.
AAPF, American Association of Professional Farriers, www.
The two-day competition, which has attracted teams of farriers from across the UK and Ireland, as well as Belgium, Norway, Sweden and the USA, is being staged by the Yorkshire Farriers Association and will be held at the showground's state-of-the-art 10-bay forge, which opened two years ago.
Meanwhile, fresh from an Ireland and UK tour with Glassnote Records signee Foy Vance, Farriers have been hard at work on a follow-up to dreamy debut album Years Ago In Our Backyard.
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.
During the launch of the show home at Farriers Cross, visitors were welcomed by the High and Low Bailiff of the Henley In Arden Court Leet and the Town Crier.
A FARRIER was banned for working for a month by watchdogs after his son was allowed to work on a horse.
Since qualifying, she has since won three national awards, becoming the only female farrier to have ever received the award for "Best Forging Skills".
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.
In the 1800s, blacksmiths and farriers practiced their craft in nearly every community in the nation.