I used one farrier who was $45 for a trim, $90 for front shoes and $120 for all four, but I only used her a couple of times when my favorite farrier wasn't available. Neither Aires nor I liked her at all. Took her an hour and a half to give him just a basic trim and at one point she made me put a stud chain on him because he was antsy (not rude). Never mind that he was three and it was maybe his fourth time ever seeing a farrier. Needless to say, after she made my friend Ace him to work on him the next time (I had to work and couldn't be there), I switched back to my old/favorite farrier (who is not only cheaper, but does a better job and is much faster).
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