Yes the method of shoeing horses with hot shoes is still used today but in my opinion it"s not good practice since the hot shoes dries the hoof out and they will split. I was studying to do farrier work by our farrier that had a heart condition three months into my training he had heart surgery they fitted him with a valve from a cow. A week and a half later he passed away was/is real hard for us as he treated my wife like his daughter actually his widow had us up for thanksgiving dinner with her real family. And she gave my wife papas buckskin gelding. We have been doing what we can to help her out by hauling hay and fixin things for her. He had taught me enough I can shoe my own horses but there"s so much more I need to know but don"t have access to that info anymore.
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