The cooperative relationship of DDFT and suspensory ligament that helps stabilize the distal limb
Tapping a Shoe with an Impact Drill
Open Division, Live Shoeing

A stint to the Kentucky Horse Park on a closed Sunday avoided the drones of people. Emily and I had the place to ourselves practically. Paul gave Emily some interesting stories and shared pictures of Champions in flight. Emily got to feed Funny Cide a mint, we hung out with Go For Gin and Western Dreamer. Had a quiet moment at Man-O-War’s burial ground and was able to see the stride lengths of the 3 best TB racers of all time; John Henry, Secretariat & Man-O-War. “The Chairs” provided a nice photo opp and reminded of Tom Petty’s MTV video “Don’t Come Around Here”. Got to get a picture with Secratariat’s memorial (non burial site) and see the The Big Barn which is dedicated to the heavy horse breeds. A few pictures and a video of that day...

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ALWAYS good having farrier friends/colleagues visit...especially from Montrael! #farriers #brothers #sisters #worldofbeer #farrierfriends #canucks

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This is another collection of shoes that were all handmade by Henry Asmus, Cornell University's first resident farrier, starting the program in 1913. Buster Conklin and Michael Wildenstein FWCF (w Hons.) followed in his footsteps consecutively. Steve Kraus is the current resident farrier at Cornell College of Veterinary medicine. I was fortunate to have had the opportunity photograph them individually when I was a student there in 2004 learning under Mike Wildenstein. They can still be seen at the farrier shop as they are displayed in shadow boxes around the farrier shop...enjoy!

A random shot of a few of the many Henry Asmus' handmades at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine Farrier Shop, Ithaca, NY. I have individual shots of the whole collection from 2004. After all the interest with Loic's collection...I'm thinking of sharing Henry's. Like if you care to see! ( hooves attached on this collection!)

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All inventory is included...Itemized inventory sheet available upon request showing msrp and then my discounted pricing per to request and will send text or email!

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Inventory all included...

All inventory is included...Itemized inventory sheet available upon request showing msrp and then my discounted pricing per to request and will send text or email!

Taylor Keenan added 40 new photos.

Pictures of everything included...the rust is minimal for a 2007 that has lived in NY since 2007...just trying to show everything upfront so there are no surprises! Look forward to hearing from you!

I have the whole inventory listed and will email/text upon request. SERIOUS inquiries only...Please call with any questions and if you may know someone interested, share with them! Trying to sell ASAP! Thanks for all your interest! 845-489-0954

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First one I've missed in 15 years...BE SAFE!

This is one on the most interesting shoe collections I have run across. Thanks for all the interest and comments! It shows pride in trade work, interest in the history of our trade, the snapshot of a single master's work of which is so fun to try and figure out! Thanks everyone for your interest! It took nearly 1 hour to snap pictures of all these individual shoes!! Haha!

Taylor Keenan Farrier, Inc. added 56 new photos to the album: A Unique Shoe Collection.

Nearly 60 shoes all still attached to the original hooves circa 1890s. All hand made by a farrier from Chartres, France. One of the coolest collections I've seen for none other than the hooves are on everyone of them!

Your client's horse grows this much foot in 5 weeks (shod around and in work). Would you as their farrier recommend a 4 week cycle? Why or why not?

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Just happened across this in an old folder from 2012.

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Good luck this weekend, big guy!

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