As horse owners you are responsible for various bills including those submitted by the farrier when he shoes your horse. In general, a horse receives new shoes every four to six weeks. The farrier is a very important piece of the puzzle. As the old saying goes: ‘No foot, No horse.’
A good farrier can make a huge difference in horse performance. Nevada uses Scott Rhone in most cases.
Watch this instructional video to learn more:
Video by Michelle Blasko