SHIRE HORSE - HOOF RESTORATION - HUGE FEET

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    The FarrierThe Farrier
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    Hi my name is Jake I am a registered Farrier from the UK.
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The Farrier +85
The Farrier

Check out new video HANDMADE SHOES! https://youtu.be/H5JmN2GQiCs

Hace 2 meses
प्रभास कुमार
प्रभास कुमार

@[it’s hazelnut!] Pp p

Hace 21 un día
Ginger Baker +1
Ginger Baker

I sort of laugh in a way. You can tell British farriers are very well experienced with draft horses versus American farriers. You don't have to have some ridiculous contraption/tying feet into place, etc. like almost every American farrier I've had to use with my Gypsy mare. Being British-born (Scots) it's like pulling teeth to get Americans to understand she'd be fine been treated like any other horse just she's bigger.

Hace un mes
Witthaya Takam +1
Witthaya Takam

@Rip Bozo ๐๐ๆไ

Hace un mes
Jacob waugh +1
Jacob waugh

y dont you cut the horses foot off while your at it get the bone saw

Hace un mes
和足 蓮見
和足 蓮見

Excellent' the Horseshoes of Careful work you'

Hace un mes
mohammad reza +14
mohammad reza

Действительно, работа у вас тяжелая и изнурительная. Не уставайте. Спасибо, что легко помогаете этому благородному животному.

Hace 5 días
Colby Last +1587
Colby Last

The whole time I was watching that, I kept thinking, "and he still has 3 more hooves to do. What an insane amount of work keeping a horse is."

Hace 3 meses
Amelia Brunner
Amelia Brunner

You mean how much is the job in demand? Sorry, I was confused by your question at first. And then I understood it towards the end.

Hace un día
Animal Lover
Animal Lover

@Logan Bradford You have to do it every 6-8 weeks. Just depending on your horses hoofs.

Hace 5 días
Pestilence The Plague
Pestilence The Plague

@Reposter it depends on what you are doing but its less than you think

Hace 6 días
Linda Weilburg
Linda Weilburg

tHE OWNER COULD HAVE WASHED THAT HORSES FEET AND FEATHERS AND PICKED OUT ALOT OF THAT DEBRI AND CLEANED HIS HORSE UP. REMEMBER , NO HOOF NO HORSE,

Hace 7 días
MagicalMystery
MagicalMystery

@{Bloop} the outer part of the hoof is made keratin and protein, the same as your fingernails. The horse feels a pressure, but no pain.

Hace 7 días
maplefluffy +46
maplefluffy

for those of you wondering, no. this process doesn’t hurt the horse, it relieves them

Hace 8 días
Ahmed Ahmed Mohamed Ali
Ahmed Ahmed Mohamed Ali

Ty

Hace 8 horas
Just a Person Who Comments +117
Just a Person Who Comments

No annoying music, no talking, plenty of info, beautiful shots, masterful work.

Hace 3 meses
BlueEternities +105
BlueEternities

It's incredible how deep in the hoof all that dirt gets crammed with those huge horses. Fantastic work! Thanks for letting us watch!

Hace un mes
O.T. Oss +41
O.T. Oss

I don't own a horse and I have no plans to buy one but I find this pretty interesting to watch. I'd love to know the names of the tools you're using and the processes you're performing with them. Cheers!

Hace 3 meses
Fyre Heart Studios +9
Fyre Heart Studios

My horse was 31 in 2018 and thus had to be put down due to age related issues. I miss these sounds, just standing and holding the lead while the farrier worked. It's soothing to listen to. And dang that's a big hoof! I had a little tiny Arabian! I'd love to meet a Shire one day though. I've heard they're incredibly gently. And this one is being very good.

Hace 24 días
1959Berre +11
1959Berre

Watching an expert craftsman do his honest job is always a joy to the eye.

Hace 26 días
Cheeri Rinaldo
Cheeri Rinaldo

Well stated...

Hace 5 días
Rodrigo Mojica +2069
Rodrigo Mojica

I’d wish there was some on screen text describing the entire process, for those of us who love horses but are not really knowledgeable about their upkeep like in this video. Awesome work, I feel like the horse is enjoy it.

Hace 6 meses
Dragon girl +3
Dragon girl

@Jan W if it hurt the horse then the farrier might not know anything ever again

Hace 26 días
Jan W +5
Jan W

@Your_local_Weird_kid it does look painful but remember this is a huge horse, if it hurt the farrier would certainly know! A kick from one this size could easily be fatal

Hace un mes
Ray Sonata +5
Ray Sonata

@Your_local_Weird_kid think of it as like clipping your nails. That’s basically what this is.

Hace un mes
Your_local_Weird_kid +5
Your_local_Weird_kid

For some reason i feel like the horse is in pain i know they aren’t but still

Hace un mes
Shaik Anwer
Shaik Anwer

ok

Hace un mes
Loretta Lewis +5
Loretta Lewis

That's a gorgeous foot. Healthy and well maintained. You are an amazing Farrier! Thank you for sharing.

Hace un mes
M_L_E K +1
M_L_E K

The ability to do all this from memory on knowing how to fix each hoof so too much isn't taken off to knowing the approx size of the shoe is incredible. No bleeding is interesting.

Hace 8 días
Kari Jo +3
Kari Jo

You are a miracle worker dude!!! I love watching this stuff. I actually feel as good as the animal just watching and knowing they're feeling better and their pain will be alleviated!! Great job dude!! XOXOXOXO. Peace.

Hace 2 meses
wayfareangel +3
wayfareangel

This horse has such beautiful hooves. They look like marble, all cleaned up.

Hace un mes
Alan Shepherd +1
Alan Shepherd

Absolutely amazing work, a pleasure to watch. Top job!!

Hace 28 días
Velin +4
Velin

I can’t even imagine the back pain you must feel for bending over for so long haha !! Amazing work I love it 殺

Hace 3 meses
Jaime Cervantes +2
Jaime Cervantes

I would like to thank all the farriers around the world 🌎 for taking care of the horses 🐎 donkeys mules etc. god bless you and your family always 🙏I love y’alls videos 👍🏼

Hace un mes
Tiago Ferreira
Tiago Ferreira

Otimo profissional... Lindo trabalho, com qualidade e rapidez... Parabens !!!!

Hace un mes
pxtxrchv +2960
pxtxrchv

This was a good one…also am I the only one that’s like “oh he missed a spot” then gets really stoked when he goes back and gets that spot?

Hace 7 meses
Get.a.bow🎀
Get.a.bow🎀

Same

Hace un mes
Chaotic_Cheeze
Chaotic_Cheeze

YES

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Toca Star
Toca Star

Me 2 !

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Little Owl16
Little Owl16

Time stamp @palace pizza pls

Hace un mes
Pinky Playz
Pinky Playz

Uh no, it… it’s not just u

Hace un mes
Paula Doucette +20
Paula Doucette

I don’t know how I started watching these videos, but they are so interesting to watch! I don’t know anything about horses and this looks painful but I know people say it isn’t. A few questions if anyone has time to answer them for me. :) 1) How often do horses need this done? 2) What is the soft part that gets cut? That looks painful! 3) Why do they burn the hoof with the shoe? 4) When we see bits of red showing, is that blood? Thank you 😀🐴

Hace 3 meses
Paige Hill
Paige Hill

1) It really depends on both the horse and the area it lives. For example, if a horse lives majority of it's life on soft grass, or on hard wood, it would differ, the grass needing to be clipped more often then the wood. But if there was a mixture of surfaces (rock, wood, grass etc.), then it would be needed less. 2) The soft part is known as the 'frog', no pain at all. 3) The shoe shape and design is burnt on so that the farrier knows where to clip more or file more, the shoe has to be a perfect fit, and burning the shoe shape on helps to see where needs to be altered or fixed. 4) No, that's just the inside of the hoof, there will usually be no blood, unless there is something (a rock etc.) in the hoof, or the farrier has gone to deep.

Hace 12 días
Paula Doucette
Paula Doucette

@Kevin Roe thank you for the info 😀😀

Hace un mes
Kevin Roe +2
Kevin Roe

I believe they put the hot shoe on to help complete the seat where the shoe will sit in order to give a more even uniformed fit and to create a sort of seal as to help keep moisture and debris from getting in between the shoe and hoof creating hoof rot sooner than expected.

Hace un mes
ModifiedGem +1
ModifiedGem

@Kiera we get it done every few months on our horses tho

Hace un mes
Paula Doucette +2
Paula Doucette

Thank you both for the info 😀

Hace 3 meses
Chloe11501 +5
Chloe11501

8:30 i love how he uses the horses hoof trimming to keep the hair from falling down lol

Hace un mes
pianoboy Laker +2
pianoboy Laker

I just love watching a master craftsman at his job. The satisfaction he must feel after doing the job he loves must be total pleasure, and the horse must be chuffed to bits as well.

Hace 3 meses
justmay +4
justmay

This is so cool, I never knew a horse’s hoof looked like that! Does a horse feel it when you do this?

Hace un mes
Epkurnis /Sheoway +4
Epkurnis /Sheoway

No they don't feel it it's like a super thick finger nail, they'd only feel it if you made a mistake and went too deep. You'd know if the horse was in pain cuz this guy would have been kicked

Hace un mes
Cool Breeze 2.0 - Don’t Be the Clean-up Guy +3633
Cool Breeze 2.0 - Don’t Be the Clean-up Guy

Always amazed how the horses just stand still. It must be a relief for them.

Hace 6 meses
Agiota
Agiota

@MrSlatheek GD sim

Hace un día
Pestilence The Plague
Pestilence The Plague

this horse is a blessing most of the time they hate it

Hace 6 días
SANIYAH
SANIYAH

@BADSHAH GAMMING 3 another you said…

Hace 7 días
shaniyah
shaniyah

He/or she is sedated or they catchin some 💤

Hace 9 días
Cool Breeze 2.0 - Don’t Be the Clean-up Guy
Cool Breeze 2.0 - Don’t Be the Clean-up Guy

@Ritik Patel No, it’s like you trimming your fingernails.

Hace 15 días
margaret kelley
margaret kelley

Thanks Jake. Sending this from Chugiak (chew gee ack) Alaska USA bless you for all you do to help animals, and your skills are incredible.

Hace 10 días
Ionela Ș.
Ionela Ș.

Por los vídeos que vi me doy cuenta que no todos trabajan tan bien como este hombre.Hasta ahora no vi a ninguno cuidar la uña también de fuera como aquí.Y recordé los sitios donde me arreglan a mi las uñas que por desgracia me pasa lo mismo ,ay donde te las hacen bien y donde no. Este señor se merece mi respeto.QUE BIEN Y BONITO TRABAJO HACE ❤️😘

Hace 2 meses
UCIMYY4U +13
UCIMYY4U

That was the first time I've actually watched a horse getting shoed, no clue why the hell it showed up on my feed or why I clicked to watch but it was mesmerizing! and you are savage quick at it dude! How long have you been doing it? I'm surprised the horse was that mellow with a the metallic banging. Very neat stuff.

Hace 3 meses
Epkurnis /Sheoway
Epkurnis /Sheoway

The horses get this done often so I'd assume they get used to it but I'm sure not all horses are this chill

Hace un mes
Softies channel +4
Softies channel

The horse is so relaxed and its satisfying to watch at the same time

Hace un mes
K9 Six +532
K9 Six

I’ve watched my horses get shod every time for 19 years now by the same farrier…….your work and his are identical…you both are truly a benefit to the horses health

Hace 6 meses
Lartas +6
Lartas

@Shirley Halliday el no cuidar los cascos generan que pisen mal, eso afecta a toda la pata hasta su hombro, arreglar el casco arregla eso

Hace 3 meses
Shirley Halliday +1
Shirley Halliday

Porque es beneficioso para el caballo?

Hace 3 meses
trilokya mohan chakra +13
trilokya mohan chakra

@K9 Six probably your farrier and he are trained under the same master

Hace 6 meses
K9 Six +3
K9 Six

@Your local C. Round …probably twin sons from different mothers……

Hace 6 meses
Your local C. Round +26
Your local C. Round

Plot twist theyre the same person

Hace 6 meses
Joshua Rish +1
Joshua Rish

You sir do amazing work and take great pride in it.

Hace 3 meses
Casa de Freedom +1
Casa de Freedom

I am fascinated by these videos. Amazes me how they can remove so much and it doesn't bother the horse.

Hace 2 meses
Ashton Mayfield
Ashton Mayfield

Thx for sharing! I'd really love to know more about what you're doing. Also nifty little trick using the trimmings to hold back the hair around the hoof!!

Hace 3 meses
Corrupted Cyber
Corrupted Cyber

I love your work! that horse must feel much better after getting new shoes. ive always wondered, why do you burn the hoof with the shoe? is it just to make sure its the right size??

Hace 24 días
Justin Collett +202
Justin Collett

How is this so mesmerizing? I’ve never owned a horse. Never even thought about the processing of shoeing a horse or whatever it’s called. Yet I’ve watched two of these videos and been totally fascinated. Great work!

Hace 3 meses
Cheeri Rinaldo
Cheeri Rinaldo

There have been farriers for over 2000 years. As old a craft as it is, as long as humans are here and horses are with us...we will always need them. My fascination is watching the continuation of an ancient skill that's just as relevant and necessary now as it was when it was 1st invented. This is one art, and to me it is an art, a machine will NEVER be able to replace.

Hace 5 días
Cheeri Rinaldo
Cheeri Rinaldo

Wait till you watch a video of the crows pulling bloated ticks off of the wallabies...

Hace 5 días
Al Chen
Al Chen

Same here. Why? It makes me nervous and addicted

Hace un mes
Vgn Golley
Vgn Golley

Same, dude, its so mesmerizing, I can’t stop watching

Hace 2 meses
Jeff Dredd +4
Jeff Dredd

@Scarlet Gryphon 👍 thanks for the info.

Hace 3 meses
Kane
Kane

I don’t know what it is about watching skilled labourers that is so innately satisfying. I can watch these vids for hours.

Hace 2 meses
Jairo Corrales +2
Jairo Corrales

I am still amazed I watched the entirety of this. My body was shivering but I couldn’t stop watching!

Hace 3 meses
K. Nakanishi
K. Nakanishi

Love this stuff! There's always respect for hard work that isn't just crunching a keyboard in a corporate office all day 👍

Hace 2 meses
Sophia Barroso
Sophia Barroso

I always love watching these vids they are so satisfying and they involve my fav animal!

Hace 3 meses
Hey Seed22 +180
Hey Seed22

Love the trick you used to hold the horses’s hair outta the way with the ring of hoof you previously cut with the nippers. Also a good reason not to break the ring in two like I’ve seen most other farriers do, it’s also way more satisfying imho. Great job, man 👍🏻 Keep up the nice work 👏🏻

Hace 5 meses
Shinie&Caballos alt +1
Shinie&Caballos alt

He knows that and yes 💯

Hace 6 días
Joanne Lawrence +6
Joanne Lawrence

Dude is literally the horse equivalent of a nail tech. This is so satisfying to watch.

Hace 2 meses
Prosto Mashka +4
Prosto Mashka

Surprisingly, I thought that by going into the comments I would find a lot of people who believe that it is very painful for horses, but here on the contrary there are a lot of people who admire this work.🇷🇺

Hace 3 meses
LiL_Fxde S +8
LiL_Fxde S

DUDEEEE... what a restoration really insane to see these days its as if people do not take pride in the art anymore ):

Hace 3 meses
Rusty Screw
Rusty Screw

you sound like people saying that it was better for black people to live in 1955

Hace un mes
Groff Sauce +12
Groff Sauce

does the process hurt them, or is it relieving? does it hurt if their hooves aren't properly treated? I don't know anything about horses and have never owned or been near one before, just curious

Hace 3 meses
Paulo Cezar
Paulo Cezar

E

Hace 12 días
Groff Sauce +2
Groff Sauce

@KateandBree thank you 😊

Hace un mes
KateandBree +11
KateandBree

No. Hooves are primarily made of keratin, like your fingernails and toenails. They only feel pain if a farrier hits the blood vessels, much like when you hit the quick of your nail. Otherwise, it feels much like when you get a manicure. No pain.

Hace 3 meses
enokii
enokii

Oh, I love how you used the clippings to restrain the horse hair surrounding its foot. Never seen that before.

Hace un mes
Костян Костяныч Н +7
Костян Костяныч Н

Какая непростая и сложная работа, в наше время выглядит как то завораживающе, необходимо и быть немного ветеринаром, и кузнецом, интересно было посмотреть, удачи автору!!!!

Hace 3 meses
Maria Almeida
Maria Almeida

Parabéns!!!!!👏👏👏👏(Brasil)

Hace un mes
Davies +3
Davies

Me, who has never shoed or even ridden a horse in my life: "ah yes, excellent horse shoeing, well done."

Hace 2 meses
Evan _max +1
Evan _max

Respect + for this guy.

Hace 25 días
Austin Lineberry
Austin Lineberry

I only own cows but this is a peaceful video and super satisfying to watch good job man the horse must love this

Hace 2 meses
Elissa Ketterer
Elissa Ketterer

I used to watch more of your videos. But I found this Scottish bloke who works on cows, the hoof gp. And he explains out everything and as soothing as I find your videos....I'll admit I'd like some insight on the how's and why's of stuff like this hoof restoration.

Hace 8 días
Lazurkri
Lazurkri

Dunno why, always loved the drafties with their furry feet. Glad to see this ones feet being looked after!

Hace 3 meses
Krrby. +4
Krrby.

Not going to lie I had no idea what was going on but I feel like anyone that does this takes pride on their craftsmanship.

Hace 3 meses
Welder Joshua +701
Welder Joshua

There's something about your handiwork that is completely ASMR for me that I find relaxing. Fantastic video, brother!

Hace 7 meses
349guillermo +1
349guillermo

When I get I high I like watching these videos no talking. It's soothing

Hace 2 meses
Welder Joshua
Welder Joshua

@S S pretty sure that random thought doesn't actually exist.

Hace 3 meses
S S +1
S S

Pretty sure ASMR is a figment of people's imagination.

Hace 3 meses
Naha Alqhtani +1
Naha Alqhtani

سييييييييييي😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

Hace 6 meses
DragonRage
DragonRage

I live in the city and barely know anything about horses or even seen them except maybe once but this was so fascinating to watch

Hace un mes
theallseeingmaster
theallseeingmaster

When forging the shoe, are you looking at or referencing the last clipping for size and shape? It seems like it might be practical.

Hace 2 meses
Cookie Playz
Cookie Playz

So satisfying and nice, I love this

Hace un mes
Francis Schweitzer
Francis Schweitzer

Pretty healthy looking foot. One thing I noticed was the heel of the shoe was taking more wear then the toe.

Hace un mes
Daiskal ! +183
Daiskal !

This is an amazing video! :) I didn't know I needed this in my life until now. It is my new way to relax. :D Also, I love how casually he just uses the horses own hoof piece to hold the hair in place. Literally a self made ponytail there. 🤣😂🤣

Hace 6 meses
Shinie&Caballos alt
Shinie&Caballos alt

Also the hair is called feathers and ye amazing, relaxing... cool😉😉😉

Hace 6 días
Kelsey K +6
Kelsey K

The owners actually should already have taped up/back the feathers before the farrier arrives as a courtesy.

Hace 6 meses
LurkMoar
LurkMoar

Great job! Very impressive.

Hace 2 meses
Dustin Hughes +2
Dustin Hughes

Are horses normally adapted to this type of treatment? or over time it gets easier the more you do it with them? And do horses know you’re there and get excited to get a hoof trimming?

Hace un mes
𒊊𒃲
𒊊𒃲

I'm in no way qualified, but reading from other people commenting under these genre of videos: the horses learn how to behave during theses procedures, usually at the same time as when they learn how to let people clean their hooves. They get accustomed with this, especially when it's a smooth experience. They appreciate it even more when it gets rid of a foot pain (caused by overgrown or cracked hoof preventing them from correct posture and movement). I haven't seen any mentions of the horses being excited by getting their nails done.

Hace un mes
Pilar M
Pilar M

DIOS TE BENDIGA! A ti y a tu familia por ayudar a los animalitos!

Hace 2 días
Hulalala +2
Hulalala

Watching this in 1.5x speed is the most satisfying thing ever!!

Hace 3 meses
Alexus MC 2 +1
Alexus MC 2

Ikr

Hace 3 meses
Sheena Warecki +129
Sheena Warecki

Ahhh I love watching Farrier work, so relaxing and soothing, plus it's so satisfying seeing that hoof get all nice and clean 😌

Hace 6 meses
Shinie&Caballos alt +1
Shinie&Caballos alt

Broo i wish i coyld rate it 10000 but i just can do 10 but he did an amazing job

Hace 6 días
Kelsey K +2
Kelsey K

@Blake Bryder Nothing better than a nice off-white, super healthy frog. I watched a trimming video that was a demonstration of trimming for the Amish and the demo horse had frogs the color of butter and the knife cut through them like warm butter as well. It was the healthiest frog I've ever seen in my life, and I've been riding for 26 years.

Hace 6 meses
Blake Bryder +2
Blake Bryder

I think it’s satisfying just watching him clean the frog.

Hace 6 meses
wyxkw +1
wyxkw

Yes

Hace 6 meses
David Poll
David Poll

I don't know anything about this but it's so satisfying with the cleaning process.

Hace un mes
Jennifer Pletcher
Jennifer Pletcher

This vid was so satisfying and I haven’t seen a shire in years. I’m new to the channel. #SATISFYING#i love borses

Hace un mes
Concept Gum
Concept Gum

I can smell the imprinting of the horseshoe 🤤 I looooved the smell when the farrier was there!!!!

Hace 26 días
Celia Dos Santos
Celia Dos Santos

Watching this makes me feel so calm... He's an artist.

Hace 25 días
fulya arkan +2
fulya arkan

I don't have any idea what's going on but it's still so satisfying to watch 😆

Hace 3 meses
Shawna B
Shawna B

Really fascinating video! Why do the nails go through the hoof fully rather than just using shorter nails and not having to file the ends down etc?

Hace 3 meses
Paul +1
Paul

A lot of work goes into this profession..good job.

Hace un mes
Kon Tengu
Kon Tengu

Amazing to watch, very satisfying

Hace 8 días
heathaar1 +364
heathaar1

Anyone else reckon the horses love this? Dosed up on sugar cubes, got a tub of carrots to get through, human sorting his new shoes, going for a grass munch later. Life's good. 😎

Hace 6 meses
Miyu Ch.
Miyu Ch.

@Elliott W. i been fantasizing about being a horse too lol

Hace 3 meses
Jorge Rojas
Jorge Rojas

@Baekhyun's voice is an aphrodisiac Thanks for sharing. I learned a thing or two.

Hace 3 meses
Мукадас Нурхонова
Мукадас Нурхонова

@Secret Love Child Maker сттвимчтьсс ббав

Hace 3 meses
Baekhyun's voice is an aphrodisiac +19
Baekhyun's voice is an aphrodisiac

@Riley Munkholm if the horse is well trained since birth, it has learned to accept it even if it's not exactly pleasant for most. A horse unfamiliar with the farrier is a real pain in the backside and can be very dangerous too. My old mare has to be sedated every single time the farrier comes because she was not taken care of before I got her in 2019 (she was 20 when I bought her, pregnant and very thin but the worst was her painful flat feet). Since last month, her feet are finally the right size and shape, but it literally took over 2 years of intense monthly care and she doesn't feel pain anymore, she now runs and jumps, but if the farrier arrives before the sedative is in full effect, she still gets wild... I'm traumatized by her violent reactions. When she gave birth, I did not waste time in getting her filly accustomed to people taking and cleaning her feet. Got a black eye once because I was too obsessed with teaching her and she got upset I guess. Now, she's good at giving her feet by a touch or a command, although I'm still working on keeping her foot up for longer periods of time without her squirming away. It's really a teaching process to have them just sit there and let it happen.

Hace 4 meses
Candice
Candice

Such a good boy, for standing still, I'm sure he will love his new shoes. ty for caring

Hace un mes
Shagun Tyagi
Shagun Tyagi

It gives peace to mind it is very amazing and interesting to do that type of beautiful work

Hace 3 meses
Llama 🦙 +1
Llama 🦙

I had never seen such a calm horse while getting his/her hoof done

Hace 3 meses
Crispy bacon +1
Crispy bacon

I guess you’re not watching the proper videos because they’re used to it all horses go through this

Hace 3 meses
Pensamento da Roça
Pensamento da Roça

Admiro muito seu trabalho

Hace 15 días
Rawr Hayley
Rawr Hayley

I like to imagine the horse can feel its hooves getting a mani-pedi and it like “I deserved this! 🧖‍♀️”

Hace un mes
Bella Scrivener
Bella Scrivener

I love that you put the old clippings around the hair to keep it out of the way :)

Hace un mes
Mr Bossbent
Mr Bossbent

You should make a compilation of all the horses you’ve done and do a before and after for all of them

Hace un mes
Jodi Davis
Jodi Davis

Dang…what a process. Well done

Hace 3 meses
mohammad reza
mohammad reza

Indeed, your work is hard and exhausting. Don't be tired. Thank you for helping this noble animal easily.

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