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Plain Stamp Hind

Darren Bazin demonstrates how to build a plain stamp hind with a toe clip from 13 inches of 1 x ½ inch steel, hammer finish.  This shoe is often fitted to driving horses that work at a slower pace.  The toe clip prevents the shoe from being pushed back under the foot when the horse […]
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Seated Plain Stamp

Richard Ellis D.W.C.F.(Hons.) demonstrates how to build a plain stamped seated front shoe with a rolled toe from 12 inches of ¾ by 3/8 flat barstock.  This style of shoe would be fitted to a horse whose soles are dropped and lacking in concavity, such as a recovering laminitic. The rolled toe allows for an […]
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3/4 Fullered Hind with toe clip

Steven Beane A.W.C.F demonstrates how to build a ¾ fullered hind shoe with a hammer drawn toe clip 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 work on hard surfaces, for instance driving horses. The fullering provides some grip whilst the […]
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3/4 Fullered Front With Rolled Toe

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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Set Toe Hind

Darren Bazin demonstrates how to build a fullered concave hind shoe with a set toe from 13.5 inches of 7/8 x 7/16 inch fullered concave steel, hammer finish.  This style of shoe is commonly used on horses that suffer from a lack of mobility in their hocks and therefore tend to drag their toes.  The […]
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3/4 Fullered Front with Rolled toe II

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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Quarter clipped fullered concave hind shoe

Darren Bazin demonstrates how to build a quarter clipped fullered concave hind shoe from 13.5 inches of 7/8 x7/16 inch fullered concave steel , hammer finish.  This shoe is ideal for riding and sport horses, with the quarter clips allowing the toe of the shoe to be fitted underneath the toe of the foot.  This […]
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Fully fullered front shoe

Richard Ellis demonstrates how to build a fully fullered front shoe, with a hammer drawn clip from 12 inches of ¾ by 3/8 flat bar steel.  This shoe would traditionally be fitted to a ride and drive horse, the fullering provides some traction on hard surfaces and helps to lighten the shoe for the ridden […]
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