My name is Ray Oliver with Circle"RT"Horseshoeing LLC. I attended Oklahoma Horseshoeing School in Purcell Oklahoma under Dr.Jack Roth. I am a Certified Journeyman Farrier with more than 24 years of experience. I operate a reliable, responsible, respeSee More...
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Specializing in hoof and soft tissue rehabilitation through balanced hoof care and complementary Bowenwork™️.
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Serving area clients for 39 years, honest, dependable, experienced. Hot, cold & corrective.
I started shoeing full time in 2007. I am licensed by the Illinois Racing Board as a Thoroughbred blacksmith. I beleive very strongly in continued education. I offer hot or cold shoeing. I am a member of the American Farriers Association.
Professional Farrier Service. Same week bookings.
Second generation horseshoer. Learned through a ten year apprenticeship under a well known and respected horseshoer of fourty years. All types of shoeing.
All shoeing is guaranteed.
providing dependable service since 2001
OHS graduate providing hot and cold shoeing
Shoeing and trimming- "barefoot when possible; shod when necessary". Shoes are 90% handmades, and hot fitted.
March 2009 graduate of Kentucky Horseshoeing School's 22week Farrier Career Track program.
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Over 25 Years Experience-Graduate of Oklahoma Farriers College. Over 30 Miles From Fredericktown Area Addl' Travel Fee. Discount On Group Rates. Call For Price Quote! Mules, Horses Including Large Breeds, Hot, Cold & Corrective Shoeing
Business is what it is, but it's just wasted time if you do not enjoy every minute of it! Horses are my life's passion, being a Farrier is my life! I am my best self when under a horse - it's all laughs and good conversation while I'm maintaining my See More...
Hot/Cold Shoeing. Several aspects of Farrier work to fit horses needs
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