Day 102 Horse Shoes and Farrier.

Farrier Roy Barnes did an excellent job on shoeing my Boys. I’m always thought that a barefoot horse is a heathy horse and I still think that. But on this Childhood Hunger Awareness Trek it was and is necessary to shoe the boys simply because both of them drag their back hooves. They drug the toes out of their hoof boots in short order. I was lucky that I found Farrier Roy Barnes in Wilkesboro NC. Their first set lasted 604 miles and have enough life left in them to be used as spares.20181111_174940-COLLAGE ( Contact me for his contact information if you’re in the area and need a farrier).

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