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Farrier Needed in NH

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  • Farrier Needed in NH

    I need a top-quality dressage farrier who is willing to travel to the Concord, NH area to shoe my big moving young horse. There are other horses who will need trims only, so not just the 1 horse. I'd like someone willing to share pictures of their work and/or allow me to contact a client or 2 for references. Many thanks for any leads!!

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    I would highly suggest Beth Lynn Lewis of Equibalance Farrier Services. I have used multiple farriers over the past few years and she is superb. My young dressage horse (well she will be 7 this year so not so young anymore) was a bit of a handful to trim and shoe but she has done a wonderful job with her. From past farriers, her heels were quite low and she was very open to working with my vet to get radiographs and then make decisions, including taking her hind shoes off for two cycles before placing back on to allow for more heel growth. I don't have any pictures myself but she has photo documents many of the horse she works on and I could also connect you with other clients who use her as well. She does most of the horses at the small dressage farm I am at. I assume she would easily travel to the Concord area as I am just 30 minutes NE of there.

    Here is her website:

    And her facebook page (you can see a photo of my mare on it as well