Finger Lakes Forge
M. Rice - Owner/Operator
Certified Journeyman Farrier
IG - @finger.lakes.forge
Competition Quality Hoof Care
Hunters - Jumpers - Eventers - Dressage
Providing Complete Performance Horse Hoof Care to all of Upstate New York, Including Pathology and Lameness Management.
Accomplished. Proficient. Compassionate.
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Advanced Farrier Course Graduate of Heartland Horseshoeing School 2015
AFA Certified Farrier. Graduate of the Cornell University Farrier Program
DNH Farrier Services. With a lifetime passion for horses, I believe in the personal attention of each individual horse. I strive to develop a plan to keep your horses balanced and sound for optimum performance no matter what their job is. I provideSee More...
25 yrs experience hot,cold,corrective shoeing..specializing in lameness problems
Trimming and shoeing. Experienced in treating white line, laminitis, hoof cracks. Very reliable, servicing Chenango and surrounding counties. References available. 12 years experience.
I am Certified Journeyman Farrier by the AmericanFarrier Association. I have worked on many disciplines including but not limited to; Eventing, Hunters, Jumpers, Dressage and western pleasure.
I have nine years experience and I continue my educatio ... See More
We are the Farrier Service for the College of Veterinary Medicine. We handle all types of hoof injuries and lameness problems. Theraputic and glue on shoeing is done here regularly. Trouble shooting performance problems is also done here. We also runSee More...
I attended Casey And Son Horseshoeing School and also completed a farrier home study course through Equine Educational Services.I do a good basic trim and a basic shoeing based on the Casey six steps to balance the horse for sound shoeing. EducationaSee More...
20 years of practical Farrier experience and now providing Trimming & Shoeing service in the Central & Northern New York area.
Contact: Joe Slate )
References available upon request
Specializing in rehabilitation of soft tissue and using boots, casts and composite shoes. Keep up to date on education, averaging about 175 hours of continuing education a year.
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