Shoeing trailers make a lot of sense, both economically and efficiency-wise. Some are really clever designs and all of them allow farriers to use a truck or hauling vehicle for something other than a work-related rig.
But it looks like thieves love them, too. This is not the first shoeing trailer that I have heard of being stolen. This news report amazed me when I saw that Mr. Ward had stamped all this shoes.
|Dan Bradley's shoeing trailer has probably been hauled through every state in the mainland United States. Somehow, it always looks clean, too.|
|Sandy Johnson's mini shoeing trailer has everything she needs to work and is painted to match her towing vehicle, a fuel-efficient Honda Pilot.|
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