Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Mark Milster: Farrier accolades "mean nothing" if the horse isn't happy


The Oklahoman newspaper and newsok.com tracked down former World Champion farrier Mark Milster for a nice interview and video. The video gives a peek into Mark's shop, which should make toolhead readers happy. 

And the story of how Mark worked his way to the top of the farrier profession should inspire us all.

“I’ll go shoe a horse later today and all the accolades don’t mean anything if that horse isn’t happy.”

Read the full (and inspiring) article about Mark Milster here.

Congratulations, Mark, and well said!

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