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  • If this horse is thin soled, why the heck did the farrier scalp out what little was there? If there needs to be clearance why not use a rim pad instead of carving out what little protection there was? If it's going to get knifed away, then a pour in pad needs to be used cause this horse can probably feel every grain of sand it steps on.
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  • BS-Horseshoeing replied to the topic Re: How do you Southerners do it? in the forum.
    Jack Evers wrote:
    You're making me feel like a whimp - 89 with 16% humidity would sound great to you guys and I'm complaining. Well, I've been finished by noon yesterday and today, and today was a mountain location, a little above 8000 feet. Tomorrow is my favorite barn, in the trees alongside a mountain river. With a predicted low of 53 and high tomorrow of only 81, I'll be done before it gets hot in there. Might barely break a sweat. Then I've got two days to work on my barn roof - no shade there, but predicted highs are only mid 80's.



    Jack, when you retire can I take over your life? Those temps sound great. Oh wait, I forgot that thing called winter you have, never mind!
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    kunena.post 1974 days ago
  • BS-Horseshoeing replied to the topic Re: How do you Southerners do it? in the forum.
    Started to hit the 100's in May and I think it's only been below 100 once in July. Last couple of weeks it's been around 105 everyday. They are saying Thursday and Friday it will be 111 and 113. Monsoon season is here and the humidity has come up making it worse. When it's that hot dry heat it's easier to deal with. With the humidity I have to change shirts every stop or every two to three horses if there are a bunch at one stop. You get use to it after you've lived here a while.
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    kunena.post 1974 days ago
  • dana fenn thanks for the post Re: First shoes
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  • BS-Horseshoeing replied to the topic Re: First shoes in the forum.
    Wow, I can't believe someone is so pro barefoot and anti shoes that they would come here and argue about statements made by the owner. Really Denise? Maybe we can wait until the owner rides the horse and get a better statement. Or will that depend on the mood the horse is in also?

    The same day Jack posted this I worked on two horses for a customer who just rode in six different states over six weeks. Her mare did almost all the rides bare with a couple times in boots over some rough terrain. She did great. Now the husbands gelding had shoes on cause if they had tried this with him he would have been crippled before the first ride was over. It would of had nothing to do with his mood, the weather, what he ate, or how big a crap he took before the ride. He'd of been dead lame like he was a few years ago when being done barefoot by the supposedly best in this area. Even Kimmy put eponas on him to build sole.

    The moral of the story, some times horse need and do better with shoes, sometimes they don't. So get off your high horse and quit high jacking threads being a barefoot PIA!
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    kunena.post 1986 days ago
  • BS-Horseshoeing replied to the topic Re: Could clinch gouging cause lost shoes? in the forum.
    Jack Evers wrote:
    Sorry you feel that way guys. Don't know about your word wrenching, Red. You've never seen me pull a shoe, but I do it the same way whether I cut clinches or not. Now I'm 74 years old and not real big so it can't be nearly as hard as you make it out to be. At any rate, I try to make sure my clenches are the weak part of the job. If a horse hangs a shoe, he is strong enough to pull it off and I'd like the nails to pull out, not rip hoof.

    Eric stated my thoughts well.



    Like Jack, I want the shoe to come off clean if the horse steps on the heel or catches it in the fence. I like small clinches set in the wall. I don't gouge, just run the smooth side of the rasp under them without digging in and clinch them. The lost shoes I've had over the last couple years have almost all come off clean without a bunch of hoof wall coming off to. Has made the cost of buying repair material go down a bunch.

    Another guy came to work with me for a couple days and he mentioned that it was hard to even cut my clinches cause there was nothing to catch with his clinch cutter. He said it's easier to just pull the shoes without cutting them and remarked how he was surprised that no hoof wall came off.

    I do have one horse on the books that you have to cut the clinches. Previous shoer liked large long clinches and just tried to pull the shoes once and tore off big chunks of foot. Since then if you don't cut the clinches and just try to pull the shoes he will pull back and break a lead rope.

    Just do what the horse needs I guess and go on to the next one.
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    kunena.post 2012 days ago
  • BS-Horseshoeing replied to the topic Re: Owen Charles in the forum.
    Steve, I wouldn't say it's competing or there to compete. It has nothing like this site as far as advertising or marketplace or blogs or other sites in relation to it. The only part that is alike is the forum and it's being used cause it's easier to log into and stay logged into. It's a simpler place to deal with much like the old site here. I've been logged in over there for weeks without being logged out unless I have to do something like rebooting my computer. Many of the complaints over there about this site are the same as you get as feedback here. Nobody is ripping you apart, they all just wonder why it's so hard to do things over here. The changes have people frustrated. Change is always hard but once people get use to it they may use the site more. The is slow but the owners section is dead over here. Is there less search engine numbers or what?
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  • BS-Horseshoeing replied to the topic Re: hooflife in the forum.
    I have some that I use on the Epona's on one horse right now. Three others have also been done with it and I've had no problems. I like it better than the others, just don't let it get to warm, it sets pretty quick in the hot weather here, even the slow set.
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    kunena.post 2057 days ago
  • BS-Horseshoeing replied to the topic Re: Mud sucked off shoes. in the forum.
    Tex, that's what I'm saying. The physics involved don't make sense for the suction to be enough for it to happen with an open heeled shoe. If the mud is wet enough the open heel will let the pressure release before it can build up enough to pull the shoe. It might work with a bar shoe.
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    kunena.post 2068 days ago
  • BS-Horseshoeing replied to the topic Re: Mud sucked off shoes. in the forum.
    OK, some of you say it can happen. Can anyone explain the physics of this phenomenon? I can't see the suction getting that powerful with an open heel shoe. Does the mud grab the edges of the shoe? Does the mud get in under the shoe and cause the suction to remove it? Really, someone please explain how this can happen instead of just saying it does.
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    kunena.post 2069 days ago
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  • BS-Horseshoeing replied to the topic Re: Negative palmar angle in the forum.
    tbloomer wrote:
    BS-Horseshoeing wrote:
    . . . It is not respectful to speak ill of the dead.

    BS-Horseshoeing wrote:
    Jack was a pain in the a$$ . . .



    Yes I know Tom but that's all I've said, these others are doing this on this thread and a couple others. If you think it's ok go right ahead and talk like it's Jack, but I won't, I've had my say and the childish way this has been going on is a bit ridiculous. If the man's dead, then let him be.
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    kunena.post 2100 days ago

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