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New Steel Triumph's 09 Jun 2006 01:07 #1

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I was at my local farrier supply store today and noticed several boxes not on the shelf that were the obviously new triumph's that are steel. I love these shoes I just hope that they start making the Quarter cliped ones soon. Or maybe they have already have them? The shoe is blunt in the toe which is perfect for those of you that set the toe back alittle. I was so surprised and happy about this that I wanted to share it with you all. This maybe old new to you but its new to me. Later everyone.


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RE:New Steel Triumph's 09 Jun 2006 01:30 #2

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Yes I saw them a few weeks ago at Northeast Farrier Supply. I dont know how much they are though..

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RE:New Steel Triumph's 09 Jun 2006 02:17 #3

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I'm not sure either but I sure prefer them over an eventer.


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RE:New Steel Triumph's 09 Jun 2006 03:55 #4

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Howdy,

I just started using the steel Triumphs as well, prior to them I used mainly Kerckhaert SX 7's and 8's. I like the shape, especially the hind pattern. They do hold hails well, and shape and level out great hot.

I have also been using Grand Circuit's 'SHAPERS', they are a great shoe, and I have liked them alot. The hind pattern has a nice square to the toe, which I like to use to set back the toes on some of the rope and barrel horses I do. The fronts are sometimes too broad, and I often have to narrow them down.

I haven't used St. Croix Eventers much to compare the Triumphs to them.....but I sure do like the way they have been fitting! Prices are comperable, to most other style shoes.

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RE:New Steel Triumph's 09 Jun 2006 11:43 #5

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Trevor,
So they have a hind pattern Triumph? Haven't seen those yet. The st. croix's for me in my opinion suck compared to Kerckarts. Some people say it's because the st.croix's are drop forged? Can you post a pic of the hind pattern Triumph? Thanks.



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RE:New Steel Triumph's 09 Jun 2006 14:15 #6

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For a pattern (front/hind) I like the X-tra EZ's better than SX-8's.. I hate SX-7's. Seems like they dont hold up as well. I hardly get resets out sx-7. Ad you ever try to pull a toe nail of of a kerk with a crease puller? Good luck. I dont really like the eventers so much as well.. Theres just somethign about that shoe I dont like. I'll use a concave shoe (like from crothers stock) instead for those hunters or eventers.

I do like the Raygun Knockoffs (RaySteel here on the baord manufactures them) of the Kerks and St Croix. The heels are safed a bit, and all the other things you dont like about the Kerks and St croix (eventer & extra easy) seem to be adressed such as the nail hole issue, and they are the same basic shoe really. I havent used them much, but when I have I liked. Also I hear the steel is of a good quality and holds up real well.

I may start useing these triumps, as the shoe seems like it meets in the middle of everything. I like the spaces for drawing clips. Thats one thing about the kerks I like. In fact I'm surprised Ray didnt manufacture somthign like the steel triumps allready!

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RE:New Steel Triumph's 11 Jun 2006 11:50 #7

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Andrew do you have a pics of the eventer or triumphs
on feet we never see to much of thoes type over here

we might get to see what machine shoes are better
than other machines shoes or is that allowed

we dont get a full range of anything over here
i use kerkarts and ash for light feet


i make all bar shoes and turn the odd pair as well
dont like the clips on kerkarts and there inconsistent
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RE:New Steel Triumph's 11 Jun 2006 17:47 #8

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Smitty, these are the only pics I could find on the internet.

This is the Kerckhaert Triump



It happens to look allmost exactly like a "St. Croix Eventer Plus" however the Kerckhaert Triump runs baout $2.25 (USD) less per pair. Im pretty sure the Kerck is a little lighter as well.

Here is a St. Croix Eventer



And the Eventer Plus



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RE:New Steel Triumph's 11 Jun 2006 17:52 #9

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do you use this type
and how do you find them

does a horse shoe up well with them
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RE:New Steel Triumph's 11 Jun 2006 18:16 #10

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Smitty,

I've never used a Kerckhaert Steel Triump, or a St Croix Eventer Plus. I have used the St Criox Eventer Shoe. They fit nice, but I think the fullering is too narrow. Otherwise they are a nice shoe. I have also used the Eventer and Triump Aluminum shoes. I preffer the Triump, i think the Aluminium in the shoe is superior. I get them from my local supply shop (about an hour away) or order them from one of the many Shops in the region. I use mainly St. Croix Ext-EZ shoes. I also use Kerckhaerts SX-8 but not much anymore, I tend to use the Kerckhaert Standard shoe a lot as well. I like the Extra-EZ's because they are nice to work with and plenty of material in them to draw clips anywhere you want. I also use Concave shoes on some. Apparently these Triumps cost about the same as the Extra-EZ's.. I may just order a few boxes on my next order.

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RE:New Steel Triumph's 11 Jun 2006 18:28 #11

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use alot of century kerkart
where i get them they only have clasic,century,a-class
cant even get non cliped so i could put some better clips
on
we only have 4 supliers in the country
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RE:New Steel Triumph's 11 Jun 2006 20:53 #12

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Smitty,
I just posted a few pictures of a horse I put the alum. Triumphs on. It's in the general dicussion forum "crooked legs, ugly feet" I should've named it "offset digit, ugly feet"?
Josh,
I also carry the crothers stock but I personaly like the concave shoes made by equine. I also carry the xtr ez's and I like them much better than the eventers. I still don't like the nail holes in any of the st.croix's but that's just me. The penciled heels on the st croixs are nice for some horses but I like the sx8's for most so I can forge a nice heel check into and can tend to fit it fuller if needed. Nice pictures. Thanks for posting them.


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RE:New Steel Triumph's 11 Jun 2006 21:03 #13

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The equine forgings Concave is allright.. The steal in the heals is jagged and sharp. It can cut ya! But you just grind it off, but it's just one more thing youve gotta do. The shoes are nice otherwise, the clips are huge very strong. They nail up so nice as well!

-Josh

They have side clipped fronts as well.. but arent listed on the site.

http://www.equineforgings.com/catalog/concave.html

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RE:New Steel Triumph's 24 Jun 2006 13:52 #14

If you want a rim, imo, the only way to go is the crothers concave. just use a stud punch for stud holes. Nothing better have I found ( a little yoda speak)
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