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Concave Front Toe Clip

Darren Bazin demonstrates how to build a concave front shoe from 13.5 inches of 7/8 x 7/16 inch fullered concave steel, hammer finished. This style of shoe is commenly used on riding and sport horses. This shoe forms part of the element 1.3 of the National Occupational Standards in the UK.Running time 9m 29secs.
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3/4 Fullered Hind Quarter Clips

Steven Beane A.W.C.F demonstrates how to build a ¾ fullered hind shoe with hammer drawn quarter clips from 11 3/4 inches of 3/4 x 3/8 flat steel, hammer finish.  This shoe is designed to be fitted to horses that are both ridden and driven work on hard surfaces.  The fullering provides some grip whilst the […]
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Concave Front Roll Toe

Concave Front Rolled Toe Darren Bazin demonstrates how to build a concave front shoe with a Rolled toe using 13.5 inches of 7/8 x 7/16  inch Fullered Concave steel ,hammer finish.  This style of shoe is commenly used on horses that need the breakover point brought back and may help horses that suffer from stumbling, […]
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Concave Front with Stud Holes

Darren Bazin demonstrates how to build a concave front shoe from 13.5 inches of 7/8 x 7/16 inch fullered concave steel, hammer finished.  This style of shoe is commonly used on sports horses, which require extra traction.  The two stud holes provide optimum balance for the traction devices.  This shoe forms part of the element […]
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Concave Hunter Front

Darren Bazin demonstrates how to build a fullered concave hunter front shoe from 13.5 inches of 7/8 x 7/16 inch fullered concave steel. This traditional shoe is designed to be worn by horses travelling and jumping at speed in the company of others, such as in the hunting field. The shape of the heels and […]
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Fullered Front Shoe Rolled toe and Hammered

Steven Beane A.W.C.F demonstrates how to build a ¾ Fullered front shoe with a rolled toe using 12 inches of ¾ by 3/8 flat steel, hammer finish.  This style of shoe is commenly used on driving horses that need the breakover point brought back and may help horses that suffer from stumbling, with the toe […]
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Concave Hind shoe with Toe Clipped Hind With Plugs

Darren Bazin demonstrates how to build a fullered concave hind shoe with a  toe clip and plug studs from 13.5 inches of 7/8 x 7/16 inch fullered concave steel, hammer finish.  This style of shoe is often used on riding and driving horses that do a lot of work on hard surfaces and need the […]
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Plain Stamp Front

Darren Bazin demonstrates how to build a plain stamp front with a toe clip from 13.5 inches of 1 x ½ inch steel, hammer finish. This shoe is designed to be fitted to horses that work at a slower pace on hard surfaces, for instance driving horses.  The broad section and full fit of the […]
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