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  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: Short Survey in the forum.
    Interesting study aspect but I suspect one that would require quite a bit of conjecture for most farriers.

    I would estimate that at any given cycle there may be between 5 and 10 percent reported as having some kind of problem. Most reports are not related to distal limb problems.

    Distal limb problems probably run 2 to 5 percent. The majority of those cases will be related to barefoot use (thin soled, bruising, abscess, excess wear / distal damage). In almost all such reported cases, improvement is accomplished immediately via shoeing. I've never tracked or plotted specific data but am confident the issues would prove seasonal with most issues occurring during dry summer months of activity.

    Reports of distal limb related problems on shod horses would probably average less than 2% throughout the year. How many of those am I able to improve within a cycle or two? Maybe half at best, assuming the owner hangs in there long enough to give me more than one shot before jumping to the next farrier.

    I typically carry 120-150 head on the books. Locale is Southwest Ohio. Disciplines are trail, hunter, jumper, western pleasure, western performance and APOA*.

    Cheers,
    Mark


    * American Pasture Ornament Association
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    kunena.post 1716 days ago
  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: what a difference a year makes in the forum.
    Jack, I'm sorry too that I didn't know you were passing through the area. You could have stayed over here with a fan-cooled stall for your horse. Would have been great to see you and Lydia again. Glad you made it home safe and sound with the horse. Must be a tough old horse.

    Weather here has been hot and humid and second cutting hay looks to be a no go for this year. Fortunately, we stocked up early on first cutting and were able to buy enough to get us through until next year. I'm afraid others won't be so fortunate.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1739 days ago
  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: Bucky Hatfield is back in the hospital in the forum.
    Bucky strikes me as a heck of a fighter Bruce. We'll keep him in our thoughts and prayers.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1739 days ago
  • I would agree with Rick. Supplemental frog and sole support with an eye towards gaining sole depth. Wedged to phalangeal alignment per radiographs and soft pour-in. Set aside short term performance expectations and focus on soundness level.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1749 days ago
  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: Everyday Shoeing in the forum.
    Seth Parker wrote:
    Wow Mark, those are awesome pics, what differences are there if many between zebra and horse?? And great shoeing....


    Thanks Seth.

    As to the difference between a zebra and a horse, I can only speak to two instances of having worked on zebras. The obvious difference is behavior. In my opinion, these animals are very hazardous and warrant extreme care. The owner was afraid the zebra and the mammoth donk in the photos. It took me about three hours to get them done. Most of that time was in handling.

    The hooves of the zebra appeared much like any horse. This particular animal seemed upright in the hinds but I don't know if that was unique to this particular zebra or common to the breed. What I can say is they do not seem to grow hoof very fast. This zebra had not been trimmed on a year but the feet appeared in reasonable condition. The donk was similar with only slightly more growth.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1754 days ago
  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: the term master and master trimmer? in the forum.
    Jack Evers wrote:
    But, Mark, I do have title to a 1966 Mustang, but I guess that's not the same is it?


    Nope, doesn't qualify Jack. Unlike the 63 model, unicorns and master trimmers, the '66 mustang actually exists.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1756 days ago
  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: the term master and master trimmer? in the forum.
    Michael Mackie wrote:
    For starters its not a trade, i think, and a master title is bestowed by an autherity, which or who would that be?



    That credential would be conferred by the same authority that claims title to a 1963 Ford Mustang.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1757 days ago
  • Good to hear you and the ranch are safe Jack.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1760 days ago
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    kunena.thankyou 1761 days ago
  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: Need to vent! ! ! in the forum.
    Did you offer the use of your tools so the stable owner could show you and the horse owner how it's done?

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1761 days ago
  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: Everyday Shoeing in the forum.
    Shared these on facebook and thought others here might enjoy. Unusual client (new) with some unusual equine. Trims only, of course. Behavior was 'sketchy'.

    Calvin is a Poitou or 'mammoth' donkey. Apparently a very rare breed with only about 400 worldwide. That this owner has one struck me as very odd indeed. Largest donk I've ever worked on. He sported about a size 0 foot. Once I got a rope on him, he settled down and wasn't too bad.



    And his pasture mate... just to keep things interesting... an African plains zebra. To say this fellow was a handful would be a gross understatement but in the end, we discussed it and came to an agreement.






    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1767 days ago
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  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: Barefoot Reining Horses? in the forum.
    Hoof boots for a reining horse?

    Sure. Three steps.

    1. Install the boots.
    2. Screw sliding plates to the bottom of the boots.
    3. Cover the whole thing with over-sized bell boots.


    Step 3 is intended to hide what you did in steps 1 and 2, thereby reducing rider humiliation.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1778 days ago
  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: First shoes in the forum.
    DeniseMc wrote:


    There are a few horses in my practice that are (or would be) better off shod and I have seriously considered learning to shoe just for that handful of horses. What has stopped me is a farrier that came along and is shoeing for the price that is barely above the amount I charge for a trim--I charge $40/trim. He charges $45 for a trim + shoes. The owners are thrilled. (They had been paying $90/shoeing for another farrier but that farrier raised his rate to (I think) $110 so they dropped him when the other guy came along.)


    Is the $45 guy in Columbus or the New Richmond area?

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1780 days ago
  • Mark_Gough replied to the topic Re: Plan to bring Smitty 88 to USA for clinic in the forum.
    Yep, I'd be interested.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1780 days ago
  • seminolewind wrote:
    Thank God there's people taking action. and it's the larger associations in the US.


    Would have been nice to see a farrier's association take the lead.

    Cheers,
    Mark
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    kunena.post 1780 days ago

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