Jack Craddock / Farrier in Asheboro, North Carolina

Phoenix Forge is owned and operated by Jack Craddock of Asheboro, NC. His background of horses originated out West while working with and training horses from Wyoming to Texas. Being around skilled farrier care he decided he wanted to pursue the traditional trade. He then embarked upon a destination for excellence by completing a horseshoeing school at Five Star in Minco Oklahoma. He apprenticed in New Mexico under the guidance of Mike Stone and Chris Madrid who are nationally and internationally recognized in the Farrier world. He moved back to his NC Home and started Phoenix Forge back in 2010. He continues to hone his trade skills through competition and education....

Specialties

AFA Certified Farrier All Breeds & Disciplines All Soundness Needs Available For Speaking Events Barrel Horses Basic Shoeing Clips Cold Shoeing Corrective & Lameness Shoeing Custom Blacksmithing Draft Horses Dressage Horses Eventers Founder Treatment General Farrier Work Gentle Gentle With The Old Patient With The Young. Glue On Shoes Handmade Shoes Hoof Resection Hot Shoeing Hunters Laminitis Treatment Natural Barefoot Trimming Navicular Expertise Outstanding Quality Performance Horse Barefoot Trimming Performance Horse Shoeing Punctual And Honest Reining & Ranch Horses Rope Horses Therapeutic Shoeing Trimming Trimming Instruction Very Dependable Western Pleasure
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