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Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 05:05 #1

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Picking up where we left off in thread #9, here's some more shoes.

Mark

So... what was he/she trying do here? Sole Pressure? :eek:





What do you think the holes were in the sides of the heel/calks?
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RE:Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 05:08 #2

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Interesting. Almost looks like two different people may have done these.






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RE:Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 05:14 #3

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Some of the old toe calks had tiny pins on one side. You'd punch a small hole in the shoe and the pin would hold the calk in place while you welded it. In this case, the toe calks were used to provide caudal traction.



Small holes near the heels were probably used to rivet a pad in place.



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RE:Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 05:18 #4

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Heartbars are made from an old file or rasp.



Pads are leather.


And toe-clipped.
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RE:Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 05:19 #5

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On to Tool Collection #11 ! (tomorrow)

Cheers,

Mark
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RE:Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 08:20 #6

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Mark_Gough wrote:
Interesting. Almost looks like two different people may have done these.







Mark,
i have put on many of those Canadian half/round half/swedge shoes
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RE:Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 11:49 #7

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Mark_Gough wrote:
Picking up where we left off in thread #9, here's some more shoes.

Mark

So... what was he/she trying do here? Sole Pressure? :eek:





What do you think the holes were in the sides of the heel/calks?

The piece welded in at the toe was probably for weight.

The hole through the calk is probably for attaching bands.
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RE:Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 12:29 #8

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Mark, I would think these last shoe's went on a Morgan Park or Saddlebred 3 or 5 gaited.
They might have come off a Show Walker, but I think more likely a gaited.

It was common to put a lead weight or a heavy piece of steel cut into the toe and this increased heighth and extention.
Produced more action in movement.

Holes in the side near the rear were drilled to hold a band such as a large hose clamp that went over the hoof wall from side to side to help take some of the weight off the nails.
Without it, these horses at full speed would flip the shoe's off like a bullet and most often take hoof wall with it.

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RE:Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 12:50 #9

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Mark, I would think these last shoe's went on a Morgan Park or Saddlebred 3 or 5 gaited.
They might have come off a Show Walker, but I think more likely a gaited.

They look more typical of a walking horse shoe.
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RE:Tool Collection #10 06 Nov 2008 13:27 #10

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Bruce and Mike, thanks for the information! When looking at them, it didn't occur to me that a pad would have been installed to prevent sole pressure from the toe weight. Now I can see how it would have worked.

Great information guys!

Smitty, I recognized the half-swedged, half rounds. The reason I suggested perhaps two makers was the difference in the bar. I'm sure it wasn't really two different makers but thought it odd that one bar had such a clean weld and small heart while the other looked hastily hammered together. Maybe the farrier ran out of time on the second shoe? :rolleyes:

I didn't know they were called "Canadian" though?

I've got a few more shoes I'll be posting today. I'll number them as we go forward so you can refer comments to them without duplicating the photos in a reply.

Hope you guys are finding all this old stuff interesting.

For those wondering, the entire photo collection is being placed into a separate website outside this forum. We don't want to lose all that information as this forum thread ages and is filled with new posts. Bradley St. John is putting that website together for me and pulling the photos from here.

When Bradley is done, we'll post the address for that site so everyone has access in the future.

Cheers!

Mark
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