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Q. Would greatly apperciate ball park info on correct placement of horseshoe nails

A. Here are some guides on nail placement of shoes, however the procedure can be very dangerous for a beginner to do without supervision. Incorrect placement of nails can damage the hoof wall. If you are unsure of placing the nails yourself, contacting a farrier in your area is best. For just general information about shoeing horses, you can check out here: http://butlerhorseshoeingschools.com/2010/09/driving-and-clinching-horseshoe-nails/

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JESSICA L DESROSIERS

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