farriery


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farriery

the techniques used by a farrier. Part of the occupation of blacksmith.
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Some farriers become involved in the farriery supplies business or work with veterinary surgeons and in eguine hospitals.
The delegates from seven European countries who attended the farriery seminar
Jonathan Lavelle, from Hartlepool, was charged after carrying out illegal farriery on a horse at a riding school and livery yard in Billingham on April 5.
Activities and competitions taking place in the showground will include dog agility, highland dancing and terrier racing, whilst visitors can also witness traditional techniques such as stick making and farriery.
Farriery is an ancient craft, widely believed to have begun in the Roman Empire.
Farriery - the horse-shoeing profession - is a male-dominated career in which women are outnumbered by men almost 100 to one.
And for those who prefer an outdoor life we believe we can provide the answers, from farriery to animal husbandry and from crop management to equine studies.
The event will also showcase college's students' hard work and talents, with floristry, forge and farriery demonstrations, show jumping competi-tions and a plant and produce sale.
The equine vets are organising their winter meeting programme as well which includes a farriery workshop on October 2 at the business's Whorral Bank equine facility, as well as monthly lameness clinics with visiting equine orthopaedic specialist Phil Dyson BVMS CertEM(INTMED) CertES(ORTH) PhD MRCVS.
As well as a chance to see the likes of recent Lennox Stakes winner Garswood, visitors to Fahey's Musley Bank stables can enjoy a farriery display, while a saddlery demonstration takes place at Jefferson's yard.
Demonstrations include stonewalling, farriery, working dogs, sheep shearing and fishing - all running alongside a safe shooting school.