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Fully fullered front shoe

Richard Ellis demonstrates how to build a fully fullered front shoe, with a hammer drawn clip from 12 inches of ¾ by 3/8 flat bar steel.  This shoe would traditionally be fitted to a ride and drive horse, the fullering provides some traction on hard surfaces and helps to lighten the shoe for the ridden […]
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