Training to Shoe Horses

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Shoeing horses isn't easy. To do the job correctly, a farrier has to have an understanding of equine leg and hoof anatomy; knowledge of the biomechanics of these structures; enough biology knowledge to understand how the horse's soft tissues grow, do their jobs, and heal from injury; metalworking skill to create or modify shoes as needed; and the practice necessary to combine all of this

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